Entries in 'Charts' (78)
In a contrast to the UK’s Halo-ruled rankings, Japan’s retail charts were last week dominated by home-grown titles from the territory.
RPG 7th Dragon III Code: VFD has shot to the top of the Japanese software charts in its first week.
Football blockbuster FIFA 16 has now spent one month in first place in the UK Top 40.
Wii U exclusive Super Mario Maker is riding high once again in Japan, as it fought off competition from Uncharted and FIFA to take the chart top spot.
The best selling PlayStation 4 of last month was Destiny: The Taken King.
The end of The International and the release of The Grand Tournament has led to Blizzard’s Hearthstone and Valve’s Dota 2 swapping places in the September Twitch charts.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2016’s Japanese launch has highlighted the huge number of gamers still playing on older consoles.
For the second week running, FIFA 16 holds the top spot in this week’s UK charts.
Super Mario Maker has made quite the impression during its first week on sale in Japan.
Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid swansong sold almost half a million copies across PS3 and PS4 in its debut week.
Next week, we will not be running a charts section within MCV Magazine.
The official UK video game charts aren’t the only ones to snub PS4 success story Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture.
A menagerie of robots, animals, ghosts and squid battled it out at the top of the Japanese games charts last week.
Zoological lifestyle simulator Animal Crossing has held strong at the top of the Japanese charts in a week dominated by Nintendo.
Warner Bros’ plastic dinosaur title LEGO Jurassic World is No.1 for the third time.
PlayStation 4 has been the best-selling games console every month of the year to-date, Sony has told MCV.
Four new releases in the Japanese software Top Ten last week wasn’t enough to dethrone continued phenomenon and chart success Yokai Watch.
Rory McIlroy has done the double, staying at the top of the charts for a second week – making it the very first golf game to do so in the ...
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.
The boxed charts might all be about Batman and Elder Scrolls, but 2014’s success stories continue to reign in the UK digital rankings.
The latest video game craze in Japan is yet to run out of steam.
The Caped Crusader is once again perched on top of the GfK Chart-Track Top 40.
Holy sales, Batman! Arkham Knight has beaten The Witcher 3 to become this year’s biggest launch to date.
Bethesda is top of the charts for the first time in over a year with The Elder Scrolls Online.
It seems that Nintendo’s latest shooter still has legs (tentacles?) in Japan, as it outdoes a slew of new releases to remain top of the retail charts.