The ANZ IGEA Top Ten Charts powered by NPD - Week 6

Joel Van Daal
The ANZ IGEA Top Ten Charts powered by NPD - Week 6

Koei Tecmo's Nioh debuts atop the Australian and New Zealand charts.

Australia

The Sony Interactive Entertainment distributed tilte has stormed to the top of the Australian Top 10 All Platfrom Charts in its debut week, with last week's number one, Hitman, slipping five spots to sixth.

Grand Theft Auto V moves up six spots this week to secure second ahead of former number one, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard in third.

NBA 2K17 and Watch Dogs 2 return to the Top Ten in eighth and ninth respectively after one week out.

Here are the Top Ten selling games in Australia for the week ending February 12.

  1. NIOH - Sony Interactive Entertainment
  2. Grand Theft Auto V - Rockstar Games
  3. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Capcom
  4. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Activision
  5. Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Bethesda Softworks
  6. Hitman - Square Enix Inc
  7. Battlefield 1 - Electronic Arts
  8. NBA 2K17 - 2K Games
  9. Watch Dogs 2 - Ubisoft
  10. Fallout 4 - Bethesda Softworks

Platform Number 1s

  • PlayStation 4: NIOH, Sony Interactive Entertainment
  • Xbox One: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Bethesda Softworks
  • Nintendo Wii U: ESPN Sports Connection, Ubisoft
  • Nintendo 3DS: Poochy and Yoshi's Wooly World, Nintendo
  • Playstation 3: LEGO: Jurassic World, Warner Bros. Interactive
  • Xbox 360: Skate 3, Electronic Arts
  • Nintendo Wii: Just Dance 2017, Ubisoft
  • PlayStation Vita: LEGO The Hobbit, Warner Bros. Interactive
  • Nintendo DS: Warioware D.I.Y., Nintendo
  • PC: The Sims 4, Electronic Arts

New Zealand

As it did in Australia, Nioh took out the number one spot ahead of Grand Theft Auto V.

2K Games' Battleborn returned to the charts to claim third. It is the first time the title has featured in the IGEA All Platforms chart since Week 33 last year. Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops III also returned to the weekly chart for the first time since Week 40 last year.

Number one for the past two weeks, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard plummeted six spots to finish in seventh, just behind Battlefield 1 which dropped five spots this week.

Here are the Top Ten selling games in New Zealand for the week ending February 12.

  1. NIOH - Sony Interactive Entertainment
  2. Grand Theft Auto V - Rockstar Games
  3. Battleborn - 2K Games
  4. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Activision
  5. Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Bethesda Softworks
  6. Battlefield 1 - Electronic Arts
  7. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Capcom
  8. Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Activision
  9. NBA 2K17 - 2K Games
  10. Minecraft - Microsoft

Platforms Number 1s

  • PlayStation 4: NIOH, Sony Interactive Entertainment
  • Xbox One: Forza Horizon 3, Microsoft
  • Nintendo Wii U: Minecraft, Microsoft
  • Nintendo 3DS: Pokemon: Moon, Nintendo
  • Playstation 3: Skate 3, Electronic Arts
  • Xbox 360: Skate 3, Electronic Arts
  • Nintendo Wii: Metroid: Other M, Nintendo
  • PlayStation Vita: God Eater 2: Rage Burst, Bandai Namco Games
  • PlayStation Portable: Beaterator, Rockstar Games
  • Nintendo DS: Make 10: A Journey Of Numbers, Nintendo
  • PC: The Sims 4, Electronic Arts

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