The glorious Project CARS is the UKâ€™s number one for a second week running. Amazingly, thatâ€™s Bandai Namcoâ€™s longest number one streak since Ridge Racer Type 4 way back in 1999.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – another Bandai Namco published title, due out tomorrow – should help add a few more weeks to that record.
At #2 itâ€™s the physical release of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. The PS4 version took a hefty 67% cut of the sales. Initially, the Xbox One version wasnâ€™t going to receive a physical release, possibly explaining why only 27% of sales were for Microsoftâ€™s system.
Wolfenstein: The New Order is back in the top 40 too, albeit down at #32.
This weekâ€™s chart presents us with another record breaker – GTA V has now passed 5m sales in the UK. Rockstarâ€™s crime caper is at #3, down from #2. Mortal Kombat X likewise moves down a position, now at #4.
At #5 itâ€™s another new entry – Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster on PS4. We had a feeling this would perform surprisingly well.
Positions #6 through to #10 are then filled by FIFA 15, CoD: Advanced Warfare, Dying Light, Destiny and Battlefield: Hardline.
Alas, another one of our inklings has also proven true – Code Name S.T.E.A.M. failed to make an impact on the top 40. It has to settle for #4 in the 3DS chart.
The Wii Uâ€™s Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush hasnâ€™t seen a significant drop, however – the pink blob merely moves down two places, now at #23