Brink has the Edge Over Lego


Bethesda’s ‘Brink’ FPS debuts at No1 for 360/PS3/PC. Developed in the UK by London-based ‘Splash Damage’, this is the developer widely known for the online-only ‘Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory’ (released in 2003) and in terms of physical product ‘Enemy Territory: Quake Wars’, originally released on PC and debuted at No1 in the UK PC Full Price Chart back in week 39, 2007.

Also new this week and debuting at No2 is Disney Interactive Studios’ multi-format ‘Lego Pirates of the Caribbean’.  This is a good week for UK development as this title was created by Traveller’s Tales, based in the North-West of England.   ‘Zumba Fitness’ from 505 Games is pushed down from No1 to No3 (-2%) and EA’s ‘Portal 2’ dips 2 places to No4 (-42%). Activision Blizzard’s ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’ drops one place to No5 (-19%) followed at No6 by Warner Bros. Interactive and ‘Mortal Kombat’ (-39%) down 3 places from No3. The only other new entry is THQ’s ‘MX vs ATV Alive’ for 360/PS3 (developed by THQ Digital Studios Phoenix, USA) and debuts at No10: two-thirds of the sales are for the Xbox 360 version.

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