505 Games’ ‘Zumba Fitness’ (+16%) just won’t quit, easily ahead of the rest of the pack at the top of the All Formats Chart again this week (outselling the next four titles combined!). This means that it has now had an impressive 8 consecutive weeks at No1.
Even more impressive is it’s total of 11 weeks at the top which puts it in joint 3rd place (with two FIFA titles, FIFA: Road To The World Cup 98 and FIFA Soccer '96), although there’s still a long way to go to beat Who Wants To Be A Millionaire which had 18 weeks at No1 and Wii Fit which had 16 weeks. Two very different racing titles hold No2 and No3 this week with Codemasters’ ‘Dirt 3’ increasing in sales by 50% thanks to price promotions, racing up the charts to No2 and forcing Disney’s ‘Cars 2’ (-16%) down a place to No3. No4 and No5 remain the same with Ubisoft’s ‘Just Dance 2: Extra Songs’ (-4%) and Disney’s ‘Lego Pirates of the Caribbean’ (-6%).
EA’s ‘FIFA 11’ (-6%) moves up to No6 in anticipation of the new football season, ahead of two Harry Potter games, EA’s ‘Harry Potter: The Deathly Hallow Part 2’ (-19%) holding No7 and Warner Bros.’ ‘Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4’ (+24%) back in the Top 10 at No8. The Top 10 is rounded off by Rockstar/Take 2’s ‘L.A. Noire’ (-15%) staying put at No9 and last week’s No3 now at No10, Ubisoft’s ‘Call of Juarez: The Cartel’ (-51%). It’s been another quiet week with no new releases making it into the Top 40.