Football Manager 2011 is Top of the League

08/Nov/2010

Sega score their second No1 this year with ‘Football Manager 2011’, marking this year’s second PC exclusive title to reach the top (the other being Starcraft II).


EA follow with their non-mover ‘FIFA 11’(-24%) at No2 and last week’s No1, Microsoft’s ‘Fable III’(-64%), is now at No3.  Ubisoft’s ‘Just Dance 2’ (-22%) stays in the groove at No4 and Nintendo’s ‘Professor Layton and the Lost Future’ (-35%) is up from No8 to No5.  It’s Nintendo again at No6 with ‘New Super Mario Bros. Wii’ (+99%) back in the chart thanks to the release of the 25th Anniversary Red Nintendo Wii bundle.  Bethesda’s ‘Fallout: New Vegas’ (-59%) loses it’s stake, moving down from No3 to No7, and EA’s FPS ‘Medal of Honor’ (-44%) takes cover, down to No8.  LucasArts’ ‘Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II’ (-52%) is down from No5 to No9 and EA’s ‘The Sims 3’ (-22%) rounds off the Top 10.

It’s the calm before the storm with next week’s release of both Activision Blizzard’s ‘Call of Duty Black Ops’ and Microsoft’s Kinect. However, Activision do have two James Bond titles out this week, the Wii revamp of N64’s legendary ‘Goldeneye 007’ has debuted at No13, and ‘007: Blood Stone’ in at No18, which is the first game since ‘Everything or Nothing’ to have an original story.


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