Entries in 'Charts' (272)
With out the Target Toy Sale, NZ was business as usual, as Minecraft claimed its third straight number one.
As the Target Toy Sale went into full swing, it has left a marked impression on this week's Top Ten All Platforms Chart.
Yo-Kai claims its third straight Japanese number one.
Rory McIlroy PGA Tour becomes the first ever gold title to claim back-to-back UK #1s.
Minecraft goes back to back in New Zealand.
Batman: Arkham Knight claims its fourth straight Australian number one.
PS4 sales surge as Batman arrives.
Rory McIlroy PGA Tour becomes the first first PGA game No.1 since 2008.
Minecraft reclaims the number one spot in New Zealand.
Arkham Knight tops the charts for the third straight week.
Yo-Kai Watch dominates the Japanese charts again as Busters sells almost 700,000 copies.
F1 2015 knocks Batman out of top spot.
Doubling up again this week, Batman: Arkham Knight is New Zealand's number one selling game.
Arkham Knight finishes in top spot for the second straight week.
MCV Pacific takes a deeper look at the Australian New Zealand IGEA Top 10 All Platform Charts for the first 26 weeks of 2015.
Fire Emblem holds on for its second straight number one.
Batman: Arkham Knight doubles up taking the NZ number one.
Warner Bros. has its second number one in as many weeks.
Batman: Arkham Knight claims its second straight UK number one.
PlayStation Vita sales double as Persona 4: Dancing All Night launches.
LEGO: Jurassic Park becomes New Zealand's twelfth number one in 2015.
LEGO: Jurassic World becomes Australia's third number one in as many weeks.
LEGO Jurassic World moves up, to claim the top spot in its second week on shelves.
Bethesda doubles up with a New Zealand number one for The Elder Scrolls: Tamriel Unlimited.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited debuts at number one.