The Sims No1 party goes into a fourth week

24/Feb/2003

The All Software (All Formats) Top 40 sees EA’s ‘The Sims’ (PS2/PC) remaining at No1 for a fourth week.


Midway’s ‘Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance’ (PS2/XB/GC/GBA) climbs one place to No2 and EA’s PC ‘Command & Conquer: Generals’ falls one place to No3. Sony’s PS2 ‘The Getaway’ remains at No4, Rockstar/Take 2’s PS2 ‘GTA: Vice City’ stays at No5 and EA’s multi-format ‘FIFA 2003’ remains at No6. Vivendi’s PS2/XB/GC ‘Crash Bandicoot – Wrath Of Cortex’ climbs 3 places to No7, EA climb one place to No8 with PS2/GBA ‘Lord Of The Rings – The Two Towers’, whilst EA’s PSX/GBC/GBA/PC ‘Harry Potter – Philosopher’s Stone’ climbs 8 places to No9, thanks mainly to the discounted PSX & PC versions. Take 2 climb 6 places to No10 with PS2/XB/PC ‘Max Payne’, thanks mainly to the heavily discounted PS2 version. This week’s biggest release is Codemasters’ PC ‘I.G.I. 2: Covert Strike’ which debuts at No16 on this Chart. The All Software (Budget Price) Top 40 sees Universal/Vivendi’s PS2 ‘Crash Bandicoot – Wrath Of Cortex’ at No1 for a fourth week, making 10 weeks in total. Take 2’s PS2/XB/PC ‘Max Payne’ is No2, EA’s PSX/PC ‘Harry Potter – Philosopher’s Stone’ is No3, THQ’s PSX ‘Scooby-Doo & The Cyber Chase’ is No4, Sony’s PS2 ‘Gran Turismo 3’ is No5, whilst Dice Multimedia/EA re-enter at No6 thanks to the new PC budget version of ‘Sim City 3000’ at £4.99.


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