Feb 06
By Matt Gander In UK Charts No Comments

Last week’s trio of big name releases has given the UK top 40 the shake up it so desperately needed. It’s Final Fantasy XIII-2 that ends FIFA 12’s dominance at the top of the chart, which is followed by Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection at #2. Soul Calibur V enters in at a rather apt #5.

Last week’s only new entry – Resident Evil: Revelations – drops from #6 to #19.

Konami’s NeverDead failed to make the top 40 chart at all. In the single format charts it’s at a not too shabby #20 in the PlayStation 3 chart and a lowly #35 in the Xbox 360 chart.

It’s the PlayStation 3 version of Final Fantasy XIII-2 that sold the most copies but it the opposite was the case for Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection where the Xbox 360 version shifted the most during launch.



Published Monday 6th February 2012 by Games Asylum


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