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U.K. Sales Charts

Football Manager 2014 keeps a leg up on the competition in the U.K. on the GfK Chart-Track top 20 PC entertainment titles chart, a chart with no new entries this week. The all platforms/all prices chart also remains pretty static, and Sniper Elite 3 retains the top spot. Here's the rundown:

Just like its predecessor Rebellion and 505 Games’ ‘Sniper Elite 3’ takes a second successive week at No1 (-36%).

Ubisoft’s ‘Watch Dogs’ (-20%) takes a third week at No2 and EA’s ‘FIFA 14’ climbs 3 places to No3 (+15%) thanks to some price activity on old gen versions - this also affects ‘2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil’ which climbs back in to the Top 10 at No8 (+5%). Nintendo’s 3DS ‘Tomodachi Life’ continues to surge up the charts rising five places to No11 (+53%) thanks to various promotions across retail. It is a slow week for new releases but the overall market only drops 3% in units over last week thanks to a surge in the budget sector, climbing 15% in terms of units sold over last week.

New releases this week mainly arrive on Vita as three versions of existing titles debut: Ubisoft’s ‘Child of Light’ (No1 on Vita Chart), Sony’s ‘Ratchet & Clank Trilogy’ (No2 on Vita Chart) and PQube’s ‘MotoGP 14’ (No12 on Vita Chart).

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