Last week saw five new titles enter the UK top 40. This week we see five enter the top 20; an unprecedented amount considering the time of year.
Chances are they didnâ€™t have to sell all that many copies to break the chart, though, as UK retailers are experiencing a sales slump currently.
Arriving at #1, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the exception. It had the 4th biggest launch for a LEGO game, behind Indiana Jones, Marvel Super Heroes and Batman.
It also had the 4th biggest launch for a Star Wars title, bettered only by Battlefront, The Force Unleashed and movie tie-in Episode: Revenge of the Sith. â€œNooooo!â€
The currently discounted FIFA 16 holds onto #2, Overwatch rises to #3, DOOM falls from #1 to #4 and then at #5 itâ€™s Uncharted 4: A Thiefâ€™s End.
At #6 we find the second highest new arrival – Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithfulness. With review scores mostly around the 6/10 mark, we donâ€™t expect it to stick around for long.
Rocket League falls one place to #7, GTA V drops to #8 and then at #9 itâ€™s the third new entry – Telltaleâ€™s glitch-ridden zombie survival game 7 Days to Die. If you havenâ€™t read our review yet, we wasnâ€™t impressed with it at all.
Tom Clancyâ€™s The Division then rounds off this weekâ€™s top ten.
The Technomancer is the next new arrival, making its debut at a respectable #13.
Minecraft: Wii U Edition made #18. Mario & Sonic: Rio 2016 Olympics rises during its second week on sale meanwhile, up from #30 to #26.
Despite decent reviews Prison Architect didn’t make appearance, failing to even break the lower echelons on the individual format charts. Shame.