It’s all EA down to number six from there, with Rugby 06 climbing one place to fourth, The Sims 2 slipping three places to fifth and FIFA 06 dropping two spots to sixth.
Take 2’s Torino 2006 makes the most of the televised Olympic coverage, climbing from 12th to seventh spot whilst Ubisoft’s King Kong drops two places, claiming eighth.
Meanwhile, Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer 5 drops six places to number nine whilst BVG’s movie licence Chicken Little jumps a massive 18 places to nab tenth spot, almost doubling last week’s sales.
Half-term provides its usual sales burst, though it is the PC format that has benefitted the most. Tesco’s discount PC activity has seen unit sales sky rocket, more than doubling to become the biggest-selling format this week, with budget PC software sales enjoying their best ever performance.