FIFA jumps in at number 1 in UK charts but for how long?

EA’s ever popular FIFA 13 has jumped into pole position in the UK all formats software sales chart and is likely to remain there for some time as football is an extremely dominating force. With Borderlands 2 being toppled and Resident Evil 6 likely to join the fray next week, will FIFA 13 show them who’s boss?

CHARTTRACK WEEKLY CHARTS All formats Week ending 29 September 2012

POS.      TITLE      PUBLISHER      LAST WEEK

1            FIFA 13     EA SPORTS     –
2            BORDERLANDS 2     2K GAMES     1
3            F1 2012     CODEMASTERS     2
4            WORLD OF WARCRAFT: MISTS OF PANDARIA     BLIZZARD     –
5            PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2013     KONAMI     3
6            SLEEPING DOGS     SQUARE ENIX     4
7            ROCKSMITH     UBISOFT     –
8            THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SKYRIM     BETHESDA SOFTWORKS     13
9            LEGO BATMAN 2: DC SUPER HEROES     WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE     5
10            NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. 2     NINTENDO     7
11            DEAD OR ALIVE 5     TECMO     –
12            FORZA MOTORSPORT 4     MICROSOFT     –
13            LITTLEBIGPLANET PS VITA     SONY COMPUTER ENT.     6
14            DEAD ISLAND GOTY EDITION     DEEP SILVER     12
15            MAX PAYNE 3     ROCKSTAR     10
16            ANGRY BIRDS TRILOGY     ACTIVISION     –
17            GRAN TURISMO 5 ACADEMY EDITION     SONY COMPUTER ENT.     –
18            LONDON 2012: THE OFFICIAL VIDEO GAME     SEGA     11
19            GUILD WARS 2     NCSOFT EUROPE     9
20            TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2     NAMCO BANDAI GAMES     8

Written by: Rob Cram

Rob Cram has hundreds of video game reviews, thousands of articles under his belt with years of experience in gaming and tech. He aims to remain fair and free from publisher/developer influence. With his extensive knowledge, feels his gaming opinions are valid and worth sharing. Agreement with his views are entirely optional. He might have a bias towards cyberpunk.

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