Entries in 'Charts' (301)
Ghost Recon: Wildlands claims back-to-back Australian and New Zealand number ones.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands snipes the number one spot in its debut week in Australia and New Zealand.
Horizon Zero Dawn beats Zelda to number one in Australia and New Zealand.
For Honor makes it back-to-back in Australia and New Zealand.
For Honor slashes its way to number one in both Australia and New Zealand.
Koei Tecmo's Nioh debuts atop the Australian and New Zealand charts.
The complete series edition of 2016's Hitman snipes an Australian number one.
Its an identical Top Three in both countries as Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 FCP charge to the top of the charts in their debut week. ...
EA's shooter has held off a pre-Christmas charge to top the boxed retail charts for 2016 in both Austalia and New Zealand.
Battlefield 1 continues its impressive start to 2017, claiming its second successive number one in both Australia and New Zealand.
Battlefield 1 stops Infinite Warfare's run at the top of the charts in both countries.
Infinite Warfare kicks off 2017 with a bang, claiming both the Australian and New Zealand number one spots.
Battlefield 1 and Infinite Warfare share the honours for the final week of 2016.
Infinite Warfare continues its push for 2016's number one title, claiming the Christmas number one in both countries.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare heads into Christmas at number one in both territories.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare returns to the top of the Aussie charts as Final Fantasy XV claims back-to-back wins in New Zealand.
With only four weeks of charts left, MCV Pacific takes a look at how 2016's biggest titles are tracking in the race to be retail's number one.
Square Enix's highly anticipated Final Fantasy XV debuts atop both the Australian and New Zealand All Platforms chart.
Pokemon: Sun and Battlefield 1 are your number ones this week.
Pokemon Sun and Moon shoot straight to the top of both charts ahead of fellow debutante, Watch Dogs 2.
Dishonored 2 debuts, falling short of Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare, as it take consecutive number ones in Australia and New Zealand.
To no one's surprise, Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare goes straight to the top of the Australian and New Zealand charts.
Battlefield 1 claims back to back number ones in Australia and New Zealand, pipping Bethesda's HD remake of 2011's Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Another week, another number one seller. EA's Battlefield 1 goes straight to the top in Australia and New Zealand.
2K continues their impressive run as WWE 2K17 debuts on top of the NZ chart, and second in Australia.