Articles tagged with: Charts
At last, after nearly half a decade of development, Killzone 2 finally hit the shelves! With all these great games out on sale, someone might wonder if Killzone 2 will manage to stand out.
Let’s find out if Killzone 2 reached the top, in Chart Track’s UK charts for week ending 28 February 2009…
The last few months, we’ve been talking about Street Fighter IV to such an extent, its tag cloud got as big as LittleBigPlanet’s. Now that it finally hit the stores, all the hype seems to pay off. The kings of beat-em-ups has returned to reclaim his crown. Did it manage to reach the top?
Changes. They play a major role in our every-day life and they affect everyone; even sales! After that poetic (yeah, right) sentence, let’s take a look at what the industry has for us this week. As you may have already figured out from the title, F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin made its depute in the UK earlier this week. Did we have any other changes?
Here we are once again to report on the weekly sales of PS3 sales in the United Kingdom. Since we entered 2009, new releases have been scarce, with only Skate 2 and Lord of the Rings: Conquest managing to achieve high sales. As it was expected, people had to make do with what was on the market. As a result. First Person Shooters made a dynamic comeback, with Call of Duty: World at War returning back on top. But CoD: WaW wasn’t the only FPS that made the Top 10…
By now, it has become pretty obvious that Brits love First Person Shooters. Call of Duty: World at War is a great example of that love. Since it was released, it hasn’t left the Top 10. Is it that good or the lack of other FPS titles led to its magnificent sales numbers?
So here we are again, after having celebrated and eaten until our bellies started to crack. Last week we had no UK charts post due to the fact we were too busy eating turkey and opening presents.
But let’s see if the new year has affected the sales, in Chart Trackâ€™s UK charts for week ending 3 January 2009â€¦
Just a few days before the end of 2008, the X-mas spirit seems to be affecting gamers. Love is in the air and that shows from LittleBIGPlanet’s sales. For second consecutive week, Media Molecule’s masterpiece remains at the top. But, did we have any realignments in the rest of the top 10?
Let’s find out in Chart Track’s UK charts for week ending 20 December 2008…
Ladies and Gents, the time has come! After 5 long lasting weeks, Call of Duty: World at War finally fell from the first place. Treyarch’s top-selling FPS is still kicking it though, since it now holds the second place of the charts. But which title managed to take the crown from the praised WaW?
Let’s find out in Chart Track’s UK Charts for week ending 13 December 2008…
The feeling of ‘deja vu’ is in the air, since this is the fourth consecutive week Call of Duty: World at War remains in the top of the charts.
Activision has hit the jackpot with their “one CoD per year” tactic. The next Call of Duty Modern Warfare title is due to visit us in Fall 2009.
Here at PS3 Attitude towers we are ok with that “Fifalization” of the franchise, as far as they keep producing innovative quality games.
But letâ€™s see Chart Trackâ€™s UK Charts for week ending 6 December 2008â€¦
Remember last week’s charts? Well, guess what; things haven’t changed that much since last week! Call of Duty: World at War is still leading the pack. Treyarch did one hell of a good job in this fifth instalment in the CoD series. They managed to keep the game quality in high levels and make WaW a worthy successor to Infinity Ward’s CoD 4.
But let’s see Chart Track’s UK Charts for week ending 29 November 2008…
Even though CoD WaW sales fell 51%, it managed to maintain the fist place of the British charts – according to Chart Track – . With so many games coming out this period, it’s natural to see many ups and downs in games sales. The battle is harsh and only the strongest survive.
So without further delays, here are Chart Track’s UK charts for week ending November 22nd.
Click through to see the Top 10…