UK Top 40 Gaming Charts

Dead Island

First Posted: 19/09/11 11:44 Updated: 19/11/11 10:12

UK Video Games Charts For Week 37, ending Saturday 17 September 2011.

Deep Silver's 'Dead Island' retains number one position in the All Formats Chart, selling more in 2 weeks than any other Deep Silver title has sold in its lifetime.

No change at number 2, even though sales of 'Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine' have dropped by 52%. A

'Deus Ex: Human Revolution' (-31%) and 'Zumba Fitness' (-10%) have not moved from spot five and six.

'Red Faction: Armageddon' is up +246% to number 11 No11, thanks to price promotion.

Dead island - koch media
Warhammer 40,000: space marine -thq
Resistance 3 - sony computer ent.
Driver: san francisco - ubisoft
Deus ex: human revolution - square enix europe
Zumba fitness - 505 games
Lego pirates of the caribbean - disney interactive studios
Rugby world cup 2011 - 505 games
Lego harry potter: years 1-4 - warner bros. Interactive
Cars 2 - disney interactive studios
Red faction: armageddon - thq
Wii sports resort - nintendo
Star fox 64 3d - nintendo
Ea sports active 2 - electronic arts
The sims 3 - electronic arts
Call of duty: black ops - activision blizzard
Gran turismo 5 - sony computer ent.
Rise of nightmares - sega
Fifa 11 - electronic arts
Just dance 2 - ubisoft
Duke nukem forever -take 2
Assassin's creed: brotherhood - Ubisoft
Lego star wars iii: the clone wars - Lucasarts
Red dead redemption -Take 2
Battlefield: bad company 2 - Electronic arts
Homefront - Thq
Mario kart wii - Nintendo
Wii fit plus - Nintendo
Sniper: ghost warrior - City interactive
Grand theft auto episodes - Liberty city -take 2
Dirt 3 - Codemasters
Madden nfl 12 - Electronic arts
L.a. noire - Take 2
Tiger woods pga tour 12: the masters - Electronic arts
God of war collection volume ii - Sony computer ent.
Skate 3 - Electronic arts
Killzone 3 - Sony computer ent.
Michael jackson: the experience - Ubisoft
Call of duty 4: modern warfare - Activision blizzard
Mortal kombat - Warner bros. Interactive 

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