Pokemon games hold on to No1 and No2

04/Aug/2003

Nintendo’s ‘Pokemon Ruby’ (Gameboy Advance) is No1 in the All Formats Chart for a second week, while ‘Pokemon Sapphire’ (Gameboy Advance) holds on to the No2 position.


The budget PS2, Xbox and Gamecube versions of ‘FIFA 2003’ that were released last week have helped EA’s title jump from No13 to No5 in the All Formats Chart as well as claim the No1 position in the Xbox chart and No10 Gamecube chart. The release of the budget PS2, Gamecube and Xbox versions of EA’s ‘Medal of Honor: Frontline’ propel it from No17 to No6 in the All Formats Chart, while the PS2 Platinum versions of EA’s ‘Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers’ and ‘James Bond 007: Nightfire’ secure them both the No7 and No8 spot in the All Formats Chart respectively, giving EA 4 titles in the Top 10 - none of which are new releases. The only new releases in the All Formats Top 40 are Microsoft’s ‘Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight’ (PC) which enters at No20 and SCI’s ‘Futurama’ (PS2 and Xbox) which debuts at No31.


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