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Apr 04
By Matt Gander In UK Charts No Comments

Although a handful of new releases graced store shelves last week – WRC 5 eSports Edition, Trillion: God of Destruction, Nights of Azure and Adam’s Venture Origins – not a single one managed to break the UK top 40.

Trillion God of Destruction

Trillion: God of Destruction did however top the PS Vita chart, despite mixed reviews.

As such, the top 40 has merely seen a slight shuffle.

Tom Clancy’s The Division remains number one for a fourth week running – Chart-Track claims that it’s Ubisoft’s longest ever unbroken run, which doesn’t sound quite right but we’re inclined to believe them.

At #2, up from #3, it’s the recently discounted Far Cry Primal. FIFA 16 moves up to #3, GTA V rises to #4 and then at #5 it’s Black Ops III.

EA Sports UFC 2 drop from #2 to #6, Star Wars Battlefront stays at #7, Rainbow Six: Siege moves up two places to #8 while LEGO Marvel’s Avengers and PvZ: Garden Warfare 2 drop a place each to fill positions #9 and #10 respectively.

After arriving at #13 last week, Hyrule Warriors: Legends falls all the way to #39. Pokken Tournament is still knocking about too, currently at #20.

Fellow newcomer Trackmania Turbo meanwhile is now at #24 after making its mark at #21. Take the trial a test drive – you may end up being pleasantly surprised.

Mar 30
By Matt Gander In This Week's Games No Comments

Season 1 of Xbox One launch title Killer Instinct saw the old gang getting back together for a spot of mindless ultra violence. For Season 2, Iron Galaxy took the reins from Double Helix and updated the roster with four of their own creations and four returning rivals. Season 3 – which kicks off this week – mixes things up further, adding Halo’s Arbiter and Battletoad’s Rash to the line-up. If the rumours are true, Gears of War’s General Raam is also making an appearance in the not too distant future.

Why, it’s Killer Instinct: Xbox All-Stars!

As much as we’d like to tell you how Killer Instinct: Season 3 is shaping up, the required 21GB update has temporarily put the brakes on that. We can however tell you that the £15.99 Combo Breaker pack has Rash, Arbiter, Kim Wu and Tusk available now – the other four characters are yet to be announced. Individually each character costs £3.99, so this pack is a decent deal – 50% off the total price. The base game has additionally had an update, giving the older backdrops a touch-up with a new lighting engine. We’ll take it for a spin in due course.

Resident Evil 6 HD also arrived on the download services this week for £15.99. Although all DLC is included, we’re finding it hard to get excited – Capcom listened to fan feedback during the game’s creation, resulting in something of an inconsistent mess. 30+ hours of tedious cover-based shooting and QTEs. We’ll stick with Revelations 2.


Japanese dungeon crawler Stranger of Sword City (£27.99 – trial available) and R.B.I. Baseball 16 (£15.99) launched on Xbox One on Tuesday likewise. PlayStation owners shouldn’t feel too jealous – MLB The Show 16 hit PSN on Wednesday, while Stranger of Sword City is getting a physical PS Vita release on 29th April. Review scores of the Xbox One iteration have been decent so far, including 4/5 from Hardcore Gamer. “Stranger of Sword City takes the thirty year old first-person dungeon crawling formula and tweaks it enough to make it feel fresh” they said.

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