For the second week in a row, Valve Software’s Portal 2 has claimed the top position on Chart Track’s UK Software Sales listing, proving that ‘testing’ can actually be quite popular if put in the right context.
This despite a 51% drop in sales compared to the week previous!
Mortal Kombat (sales down 42%) remains in No. 2 on the sales chart, as Zumba Fitness (sales down 21%) steps up one place to No. 3 following a release on PlayStation 3 (although the previously released Wii edition of the fitness game is still the most dominant version in sales).
Operation Flashpoint: Red River (sales down 21%) moves up two places to appear at No. 4, as Call of Duty: Black Ops moves in the opposite direction to chart at No. 5. LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars only has to give up one position to sit at No. 6, while FIFA 11 is a non-mover at No. 7.
Wii Fit Plus continues its Top Ten run and makes itself comfortable at No. 8 (up from No. 9 last week), Homefront makes a similar move up to No. 9 and Just Dance 2 reclaims a Top Ten placement by hanging tough at No. 10 (up from No. 15).
Two new releases from SEGA didn’t make much of an impression on the chart this week, as Virtua Tennis 4 debuted at No. 23, while Thor: God of Thunder failed to make it into the Top Forty.
The Top Twenty All Format UK Software Sales Chart follows below:
- 1.) Portal 2 (Valve Software)
- 2.) Mortal Kombat (Warner Bros. Interactive)
- 3.) Zumba Fitness (Majesco)
- 4.) Operation Flashpoint: Red River (Codemasters)
- 5.) Call of Duty: Black Ops (Activision Blizzard)
- 6.) LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (LucasArts)
- 7.) FIFA 11 (EA)
- 8.) Wii Fit Plus (Nintendo)
- 9.) Homefront (THQ)
- 10.) Just Dance 2 (Ubisoft)
- 11.) Crysis 2 (EA)
- 12.) Pokemon Black Version (Nintendo)
- 13.) Michael Jackson: The Experience (Ubisoft)
- 14.) Pokemon White Version (Nintendo)
- 15.) Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters (EA)
- 16.) Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo)
- 17.) Kinect Sports (Microsoft)
- 18.) Dragon Age 2 (EA)
- 19.) Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (Ubisoft)
- 20.) LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1 ‒ 4 (Warner Bros. Interactive)
You can see last week’s UK Software Sales Chart over here.
Source: Chart Track