Entries in 'Charts' (72)
The Elder Scrolls Online debuts at number one this week.
Three new games debut at the top of the charts this week.
Reaper of Souls and Ground Zeroes fall short of this week's number one.
Diablo triumphs over Metal Gear in the battle of the new releases.
Titanfall's reign at the top lasts only one week.
Titanfall is knocked off top spot after just one week.
Titanfall pips Dark Souls II to be New Zealand's best-selling game this week.
EA's Titanfall debuts at number one just ahead of Dark Souls II.
South Park takes top spot in New Zealand this week, too.
Ubisoft's South Park: The Stick of Truth debuts at number one this week.
Thief debuts at number one in New Zealand, snagging top spot on PS4, PS3, PC and Xbox One.
Australia has a new number one this week as Thief snatches top spot.
As in Australia, Call of Duty: Ghosts is back on top in New Zealand this week.
Call of Duty: Ghosts returns to number this week but a couple of new titles breach the top ten.
Lightning Returns takes top spot in New Zealand, too.
Final Fantasy XIII: Lightning Returns debuts at number one this week.
Unsurprisingly, Grand Theft Auto V gave Rockstar the number one in New Zealand last year, according to NPD data.
One Xbox 360 exclusive bumps another from the top of the charts this week.
Tomb Raider only manages one week at number before it's knocked off by another debut entry.
Grand Theft Auto V was the best-selling game in Australia in 2013, according to NPD data.
Minecraft is New Zealand's best-selling game this week, knocking Battlefield 4 off the top.
The Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider debuts at number this week.
Well, this is certainly unexpected.
Call of Duty: Ghosts maintains its remarkable run at the top of the all platforms chart.
Call of Duty: Ghosts remains at number despite not topping any of the single format charts.