GfK's weekly U.K. sales charts are now available for the week ending January
full-priced PC games chart
has the same top three as last week, with
Football Manager 2014
hanging onto number one, and the only reentry being
at number 19. On the
all platforms/all prices chart
the top four remains static with FIFA 14
still at number one. Here's
14’ (-23%) comfortably holds on to No1 in the All Formats Chart, making it a
total of 8 weeks at the top.
It’s the largest number of weeks at No1 since ‘Zumba Fitness’ made it to 10
weeks back in W33 2011. Another quiet week means there is also no change at No’s
2, 3 and 4 with ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ (-39%), ‘Battlefield 4’ (-26%) and
‘Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’ (-31%) all non-movers.
‘Lego Marvel Super Heroes’ (-12%) climbs one place to No5, ahead of ‘Killzone:
Shadow Fall’ (-6%) which jumps two places to No6. The rest of the Top 10
shuffles amongst itself with ‘Need for Speed: Rivals’ (-28%) stuck at No7,
‘Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition’ (-7%) up one place to No8, ‘Grand Theft Auto V’
(-56%) down four places to No9 and the extremely budget friendly ‘Aliens:
Colonial Marines’ (-10%) not budging from No10.
‘Mario Party: Island Tour’ on 3DS is the first Top 40 new entry of the year,
debuting at No18.