A Fight Night to remember

29/Jun/2009

EA reclaim the top spot this week with new release ‘Fight Night Round 4’, which marks the first time a boxing game has reached the coveted all formats No1 position.


Activision Blizzard’s ‘Prototype’ has moved back down to No2 and EA’s ‘The Sims 3’ has follwed suit moving down to No3. Nintendo’s ‘Wii Fit’ has also shuffled down a place to No4, while THQ’s ‘UFC 2009: Undisputed’ shows some resurgence moving up from No7 to No5. Activision Blizzard hold the next two places with new entry ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’ debuting at No6 and ‘Call of Duty: World at War’ at No7. Sega’s ‘Virtua Tennis 2009’ moves up another place this week to No8, could it be the Wimbledon effect? ‘EA Sports Active’ and Sony’s ‘Ghostbusters: The Video Game’ finish off the top ten respectively. We also have a new release at No17 with Codemasters’ ‘Overlord II’, which is followed by Activision Blizzard’s ‘Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits’ at No18. New entry and No1 PSP title this week is Capcom’s ‘Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite’ making its debut at No25. Finishing up the Top 40 new entries we have Koei’s ‘Dynasty Warriors 6: Empires at No31, EA’s ‘Spore: Galactic Adventures’ at No37 and Atari’s ‘Tales of Vesperia' at No38.


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