6 weeks of Sims at No1 denies valiant Resident Evil

10/Mar/2003

The All Software (All Formats) Top 40 sees EA’s ‘The Sims’ (PS2/PC) remaining at No1 for a sixth week, although pushed very hard by Capcom’s Gamecube ‘Resident Evil Zero’ which debuts at No2.


Sony’s PS2 ‘The Getaway’ remains at No3 whilst Activision take the second highest new entry at No4 with the first outing of Tenchu on the PS2 - ‘Tenchu: Wrath Of Heaven’. Midway’s ‘Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance’ (PS2/XB/GC/GBA) drops 3 places to No5, Rockstar/Take 2 drop 2 places to No6 with PS2 ‘Grand Theft Auto: Vice City’, Ubisoft drop one place to No7 with PC/XBox ‘Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell’ and EA’s multi-format ‘FIFA 2003’ drops one place to No8. EA’s PC ‘Command And Conquer: Generals’ is down 4 places to No9 and Konami’s PSX ‘Dancing Stage Party Edition’ is down 2 places to No10. The third biggest new entry this week is Konami’s XBox ‘Metal Gear Solid 2 – Substance’ debuting at No13 (PS2 & PC versions are due by the end of this month). The fourth biggest new entry is right behind at No14 – Sega/Infogrames’ Gamecube ‘Sonic Mega Collection’ (featuring 7 classic Sonic titles from the Megadrive era). Also of note is the fifth biggest new release: marking the debut of Gamecube online gaming this week is the first title to support internet-ready Gamecube owners – ‘Phantasy Star Online: Episodes 1 & 2’, originally released on Sega’s Dreamcast.


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