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UK Charts: Need for Speed takes pole position

Electronic Arts' racing franchise Need for Speed once again debuts at the top of the UK All Formats Charts, with latest offering Carbon claiming pole position with a lead over its nearest rival of just over 1000 units.

Electronic Arts' racing franchise Need for Speed once again debuts at the top of the UK All Formats Charts, with latest offering Carbon claiming pole position with a lead over its nearest rival of just over 1000 units.

Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 6, last week's number one, sits behind at number two in the charts, with FIFA 07 and The Sims 2: Pets at number three and four, respectively.

Rockstar's Canis Canem Edit fails to climb the charts, staying at number five, while the publisher's PSP title Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories makes its debut at number six.

Falling down the charts are Sega's Football Manager 2007 at number seven and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent at eight.

The only other new entry in the top ten is THQ's expansion pack Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War — Dark Crusade at number nine, which sits ahead of VU Games' Scarface: The World is Yours at ten.

The other new entries in the top forty are Atari's Neverwinter Nights 2 at number 14, Activision's multi-format Marvel Ultimate Alliance at number 24 and Atari's Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenaichi at number 29.

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