GFK Chart-Track's list of the 20 bestselling full-priced PC games
U.K. for the week ending May 17th, showing Football Manager 2014 maintaining its
toe-hold on the number one position. There are no new entries, just a pair of
re-entries, with all the same titles in the top 10, thought there's been a bit
of shuffling. Meanwhile, on the
all platforms chart
, FIFA 14 kicks Titanfall out of the top spot. Here's the
write-up of this week's results:
It’s FIFA’s turn to edge out ‘Titanfall’
this week as ‘FIFA 14’ (-8%) returns to No1 for a 12th week.
It’s a record number of weeks at No1 for a FIFA title, beating the 11 weeks set
by ‘FIFA: Road to the World Cup 98’. ‘Titanfall’ (-15%) slips one place to No2,
only a few hundred sales behind. Sony’s ‘Minecraft: Playstation 3 Edition’
debuts at No3, one place ahead of Microsoft’s longer-serving ‘Minecraft: Xbox
360 Edition’ which holds on to No4, having been in the Top 10 all year. There
are also non-movers at No’s 5 and 6 with ‘2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil’ (-14%) and
‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ (-19%), while ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ (-39%) falls
from No3 to No7 despite the Xbox One version new out this week.
‘The Lego Movie Videogame’ (-29%) remains the biggest selling Lego game this
week at No8 ahead of familiar faces ‘Battlefield 4’ (-17%) at No9 and ‘Grand
Theft Auto V’ (+20%) at No10. ‘Kirby: Triple Deluxe’ enters the Top 40 at No16,
while a retailer promotion helps ‘Terraria’ (+132%) re-enter at No24. Another
retailer promotion pushes ‘Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2’ (+299%) back into the
Top 40 at No35.