EA and FIFA Streets ahead

The publisher also claims a massive seven places in the top ten of the official ChartTrack All Formats listing, with Codemasters’ TOCA (number four), Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer 5 (number nine) and LucasArts’ Star Wars: Empire at War (number ten) the only other games to break up the EA monopoly.

EA’s Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth II claims the number five spot in its first week at retail, while the firm’s chart heavyweights Need for Speed: Most Wanted, FIFA ’06 and The Sims 2 retain their top ten placings at six, seven and eight respectively.

Other new entries making the top twenty this week include mid-price Activision title World Series of Poker at number 16 and Atari MMORPG Dungeons and Dragons: Stormreach at number 18.

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