Entries in 'Charts' (111)
For only the twelfth time this year, New Zealand has a different number one to Australia.
There is four new titles in the top 10 this week, with only Destiny and Minecraft PS Edition the only two titles that have been in for more than three ...
FIFA 15 holds off Microsoft's Forza Horizon 2 for the #1 spot in New Zealand.
FIFA 15 retains the #1 spot as Nintendo's 3DS only Super Smash Bros. falls just shy of the #1 spot.
The story is much the same across the Tasman, with FIFA 15 debuting at #1.
EA Sports FIFA 15 debuts at #1, knocking off Destiny.
The IGEA Top 10 Charts powered by NPD Group for the week of 22-09 through 28-09 are expected to be published Tuesday.
Destiny goes back to back in New Zealand.
Destiny holds out new comers, Disney Infinity 2.0 and Wii U exclusive Hyrule Warriors for the number 1 spot.
Destiny claims the number one spot on both sides of the Tasman.
Destiny sweeps it's way to number 1.
The IGEA Top 10 Charts powered by NPD Group for the week of 08-09 through 14-09 will be published Monday.
Doing the double, The Sims 4 debuts in New Zealand at Number 1.
EA's PC only release, The Sims 4 has debuted at Number 1 on the Australian All Platform Charts.
Blizzard's Diablo III: Reaper of Souls holds on in New Zealand, as new comer Madden NFL 15 is second and short.
EA Sports' Madden NFL 15 touches down in the number one spot across All Platforms.
Blizzard takes out the All Platforms Chart on both sides of the Tasman, with Diablo III: Reaper of Souls returns on console to number one.
Blizzard's first expansion pack for Diablo III, Reaper of Souls, is Australia's new #1 selling game across All Platforms.
Just like in Australia, The Last of Us is once again number one across the All Platform and PS4 charts.
Sony's The Last of Us makes it three straight weeks at number 1 in the All Platforms Chart and PS4 Chart.