BioShock storms to number one in Aussie charts

Following the news that 2K Games’ atmospheric FPS stormed in at number one in the UK to become the second fastest-selling 360 game – alongside similar success in the US – BioShock has followed suit in Australia as the 360 version debuts at number one in the All Format charts.

The PC version of the game finished at number four, reported

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Previous top dog Singstar 90s is bumped down to number two, followed by the bundled version at number three.

Elsewhere, Guitar Hero 2 Bundle on PS2 moves up to eight, Mario Party 8 on Wii drops to number six, WOW falls to number ten, and DS titles Pokemon Diamond, Pokemon Pearl and Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training finish at five, nine and six respectively.

The Australian All Format top ten, courtesy of GfK Australia:

1 – BioShock (Xbox 360)

2 – SingStar 90s (PS2)

3 – SingStar 90s Bundle (PS2)

4 – BioShock (PC /MAC)

5 – Pokemon Diamond (DS)

6 – Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training (DS)

7 – Mario Party 8 (Wii)

8 – Guitar Hero 2 Bundle (PS2)

9 – Pokemon Pearl (DS)

10 – World of Warcraft (PC / MAC)

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