007 still has a license to sell


EA’s ‘James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing’ (PS2/XB/GC/GBA) still has a license to sell as it continues to dominate the All Formats Chart this week, holding on to No1 despite 3 new entries in the All Formats Top 10.

Of the new releases, Codemasters ‘LMA Manager 2004’ (PS2/XB) performs best, debuting at No2 ahead of Square Enix/Nintendo’s ‘Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles’ (GC) at No5 and EA’s ‘Cricket 2004’ (PS2/PC), new at No8. Sales of ‘Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles’ (GC) make up over 50% of all Full Price Gamecube software sales this week, but this only accounts for 25% of PS2 sales of ‘Final Fantasy X-2’ during its first week of release. ‘Socom II: US Navy Seals’ holds on to No7 with sales up 24% on last week: the highest increase in sales out of all the Top 40 titles. Another online FPS title, Ubisoft’s budget ‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm’ enters at No14 in the All Formats Top 40 Chart which now contains 2 different Tom Clancy, Final Fantasy, James Bond and Lord of the Rings games.

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