The Last of Us takes UK chart crown this week

As expected, the PS3 exclusive, The Last of Us sits at the top of the UK all formats software sales chart with Animal Crossing New Leaf in a close second. Sadly, one of the largest drops occurs with Capcom’s Remember Me, which last week entered at number 3 and now sits at 20th.

CHARTTRACK WEEKLY CHARTS – All formats – Week ending 15 June 2013

POS.      TITLE      PUBLISHER      LAST WEEK

1            THE LAST OF US     SONY COMPUTER ENT.     –
2            ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW LEAF     NINTENDO     –
3            GRID 2     CODEMASTERS     1
4            TOMB RAIDER     SQUARE ENIX     7
5            FIFA 13     EA SPORTS     2
6            INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US     WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE     11
7            FAR CRY 3     UBISOFT     5
8            THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SKYRIM – LEGENDARY     BETHESDA SOFTWORKS     4
9            LUIGI’S MANSION 2     NINTENDO     8
10      –      ASSASSIN’S CREED III     XBOX 360 CLASSICS     10
11            DEAD ISLAND: RIPTIDE     DEEP SILVER     6
12            RUGBY CHALLENGE 2: LIONS TOUR EDITION     ALTERNATIVE     –
13      –      LEGO BATMAN 2: DC SUPER HEROES     WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE     13
14            CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS II     ACTIVISION     15
15            DONKEY KONG COUNTRY RETURNS     NINTENDO     9
16            BIOSHOCK INFINITE     2K GAMES     14
17            THE WALKING DEAD     TELLTALE GAMES     –
18            GRAND THEFT AUTO IV     XBOX 360 CLASSICS     20
19            LEGO THE LORD OF THE RINGS     WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE     18
20            REMEMBER ME     CAPCOM     3

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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