Lost Planet digs in at number one

Despite experiencing a drop in sales, Lost Planet’s triumph means that it has only been off the top spot once since its release last month, having been outsold by Blizzard’s World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade on its second week of release.

It marks a strong performance from Eastern publishers in the UK charts, with six of the top ten titles originating from the Far East: Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer 6 at number two, Sega’s Sega Mega Drive Collection debuting at number four and Nintendo’s Wario Ware: Smooth Moves, Wii Play and New Super Mario Bros in fifth, seventh and eighth respectively.

The other titles completing the top ten listing are EA’s FIFA 07, Need for Speed: Carbon and The Sims 2: Pets at third, sixth and tenth respectively and THQ’s Cars at number nine.

Elsewhere in the Top 40, Blast’s Little Britain: The Video Game enters the charts at number 14, Nintendo’s Star Fox Command and Ubisoft’s Rocky Balboa both enter the listing for the first time on their second week of release at number 26 and 27 respectively and Koch’s Vanguard: Sage of Heroes debuts at 34.

1.     Lost Planet: Extreme Condition        Capcom
2.     Pro Evolution Soccer 6                       Konami
3.     FIFA 07                                                  EA
4.     Sega Mega Drive Collection             Sega
5.     Wario Ware: Smooth Moves              Nintendo
6.     Need for Speed: Carbon                    EA
7.     Wii Play                                                  Nintendo
8.     New Super Mario Bros                        Nintendo
9.     Cars                                                        THQ
10.   The Sims 2: Pets                                  EA


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