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U.K. Sales Charts

The latest U.K. sales charts are now available from GfK Chart-Track. Total War: Rome II (they still can't get that title right) hangs on at number one on the full-price PC chart, where the new entries are Farming Simulator 2013 at number 20 and Arma III at number eight. The PC budget chart has a new number one: The Sims 3: Movie Stuff. Meanwhile NHL 14 joins the all platforms/all prices chart at number 11 and Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix enters at number two, as Saint's Row IV holds the top spot for the fourth week before the hit squad from GTA5 bumps it off next week. Here's how they describe the situation:

True to its name ‘Saints Row IV’ (-30%) holds the No1 spot for the fourth week in a row.

From this week’s new releases only one has an impact on the Top 10 with Square Enix’s ‘Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix’ debuting at No2. The PS3 exclusive which includes new content and characters makes a marked improvement on its original debut on PS2 back in W46 2002 where it reached No35. Activision Blizzard’s ‘Diablo III’ (-50%) remains at No3 for a second week while Ubisoft’s ‘Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist’ (-16%) is also a non-mover at No4.

It’s a similar story throughout the chart as ‘Disney Infinity’ (-22%), Microsoft’s ‘Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition’ (-9%) and Payday 2’ (-33%) are all static at No5 to No7. Two Warner Bros titles find themselves back in the Top 10 with ‘Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes’ (+5%) climbing five places and ‘Lego The Lord of the Rings’ (-5%) climbing three places to No8 and No9 respectively. Following a strong debut last week Sega’s ‘Rome: Total War II’ (-87%) slips from No2 to No10. New at No11 is ‘NHL 14’ which becomes the 4th best week 1 release in EA’s ice hockey series.

Further down the chart at No24 Solid Snake returns once again in Konami’s ‘Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection’ while Sony’s ‘Puppeteer’ makes its debut at No40.

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