Entries in 'chart-track' (33)
Blizzard’s new online shooter IP Overwatch is top of the UK charts once again.
Ubisoft’s latest smash hit The Division was the best-selling game in the UK for the second week running.
Warner Bros’ LEGO Marvel's Avengers has become the eighth LEGO video game to reach the top spot in the UK charts.
Activision’s Call of Duty hangs on to the top spot in the UK All Formats charts for a seventh consecutive week.
At last! The UK games industry has some digital download charts.
The numbers are finally in for what appears to have been a blockbuster Black Friday.
Fallout 4 has tripled the sales of its predecessor New Vegas, rocketing to number one in the UK retail rankings.
FIFA’s week-one sales were down seven per cent compared with the year before.
Konami’s Metal Gear Solid V debuts at the top of the charts this week, but it failed the beat the Week One sales of both the Batman: Arkham Knight and ...
Sales of UK games plunged to their lowest point in 19 years for the week ending August 22nd.
GfK Chart-Track has warned the games industry that it might lose its best PR tool if it fails to share digital data.
Warner Bros’ LEGO Jurassic World is top of the UK All Formats Top 40 for the fourth time since its launch.
Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture would have topped the UK charts - if digital data was included.
After seven years of bogies, Rory McIlroy has helped 2015’s instalment in the PGA Tour series straight to the UK retail chart top spot.
Holy sales, Batman! Arkham Knight has beaten The Witcher 3 to become this year’s biggest launch to date.
Skylanders, Disney Infinity and Amiibo are the biggest accessory winners of 2015 so far, with all three franchises seeing major year-on-year growth.
Last week’s ‘official’ UK Top 10 chart would have been totally different if digital sales figures were taken into account.
The Entertainment Retailer’s Association has once again revealed the 20 best selling video games, movies and albums of 2014 in the UK.
FIFA 15 has held off competition from The Evil Within and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel to stay top of the UK charts for another week running.
FIFA 15 has remained the UK's biggest-selling game for a third week running, despite competition from Alien: Isolation.
Lord of the Rings spin-off Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor debuted in second in the UK software chart last week, failing to knock FIFA 15 from number one.
FIFA 14 has taken the No.1 spot in the UK Chart-Track Top 40 for the eleventh time.
Titanfall is comfortably this week’s UK No.1, and boost Xbox One hardware sales by almost 100 per cent.
So we all know GTA V ruled the roost, but how did the other blockbuster games of 2013 fare?
The latest issue of MCV contains all the market data from a mixed 2013 for UK games retail.