Entries in 'Charts' (24)
It's that time of the week again, and here are the Swedish retail sales charts for week 7, 2013. This weeks news is, of course, Aliens: Colonial Marines, which seems ...
Following on from the Australian Top Ten Charts just announced, here's the New Zealand top ten with some surprising differences.
No surprises that Call of Duty has taken the top spot, but here are the full top ten charts for software in Australia from NPD Group...
NPD Group and the iGEA have reported that Australia saw AUD$1.161 billion in traditional retail sales for 2012.
The Q3 (ending Week 39) charts for New Zealand are in, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has taken number one.
The results are in for Q3 this year (ending in week 39), and Blizzard has beaten out Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for pole position.
Let's go back in time a little and take a look at what the big games were in 2006, when Nintendo's Wii console was first launched.
Prototype 2 places well in its first week on sale, while aftershocks from The Darkness II and Skyward Sword see them each soar.
Prototype 2 debuts at #1, and Assassin's Creed tops the PC chart while Modern Warfare 3 drops of the PC charts completely.
Star Wars Kinect debuts at number 3 this week, while the pole positions are re-occupied by some familiar faces.
Star Wars Kinect debuts at #2, Kid Icarus maintains its hold on the 3DS and Skyrim and Modern Warfare 3 remain strong on all platforms.
Modern Warfare 3 and Skyrim are back on top this week, while Kid Icarus takes over the 3DS.
Things are turning around this week, as Skyrim and Modern Warfare 3 are replaced in earnest by a swath of newcomers.
The Darkness II and SSX rise up the ranks this week, still not toppling Modern Warfare 3, while a new Angry Birds debuts at number two.
The new releases make their mark this week, with FF XIII-2, Soul Calibur V and Res Evil landing to shake things up a bit.
It's yet another week of Modern Warfare 3 domination at GAME, with the title taking 1st on PS3, 360 and PC, 5th on Wii and 9th on DS.
Skyrim's brief flirtation with #1 has come to an end, with Modern Warfare 3 back on top and the usual suspects dominating Nintendo platforms.
The first week of 2012 saw Skyrim knock off Modern Warfare 3 on PS3, and a familiar set of titles topping the Nintendo consoles.
The final week of 2011 saw Modern Warfare 3 dominate the home consoles, with an mixture of titles taking pole position on the other platforms.
On all but the Nintendo platforms, Modern Warfare 3 continues its vice-like grip on the number one spot as we sail into the holidays.
MCV Pacific continues its GAME Top Ten weekly charts as we march forwards into the Christmas period, with the same key titles leading this week's pack.
Back for more are the MCV Pacific GAME Top Ten weekly charts, with an unsurprising domination by Modern Warfare 3 and the big Nintendo franchises.
MCV Pacific has partnered with GAME Australia to bring you a weekly breakdown of the top selling games from the specialist retailer.