UK Sales Chart – Week ending 13th June

The Sims 3 holds off for a second week at No.1, despite the fact that sales have halved in comparison to the launch week.

1. The Sims 3 (1)
2. Prototype (New Entry)
3. Red Faction: Guerrilla (2)
4. Wii Fit (5)
5. UFC 2009: Undisputed (3)
6. EA Sports Active (4)
7. Call of Duty: World at War (16)
8. Pokemon Platinum (7)
9. inFamous (6)
10. FIFA 09 (11)
11. Virtua Tennis 2009 (9)
12. Guitar Hero: Metallica (8)
13. Grand Slam Tennis (New Entry)
14. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (13)
15. Mario Kart Wii (14)
16. Terminator Salvation (10)
17. Professor Layton and the Curious Village (22)
18. Sacred 2: Fallen Angel (15)
19. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (19)
20. Guitar Hero: World Tour (23)
21. Fuel (12)
22. Football Manager 2009 (24)
23. Star Ocean: The Last Hope (17)
24. Night at the Museum 2 (25)
25. Mystery Stories (18)
26. Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings (New Entry)
27. Grand Theft Auto IV (29)
28. Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training (27)
29. Ben 10: Alien Force (26)
30. Sherlock Holmes: Mystery of the Mummy (21)
31. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (Re-entry)
32. Walk With Me! Know Your Walking Routine? (38)
33. Hannah Montana: The Movie (28)
34. Resident Evil 5 (32)
35. Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat (New Entry)
36. Gears of War 2 (31)
37. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (20)
38. Mario Kart DS (33)
39. New Super Mario Bros. (37)
40. Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force (Re-entry)

Activision’s sci-fi action-adventure Prototype debuts at No.2, which is probably the best result yet for Canadian developers Radical Entertainment (best known for Hulk: Ultimate Destruction and Simpsons: Hit and Run.)

Last week’s big new entry Red Faction: Guerilla drops one place and 31% in sales, whilst Nintendo’s Wii Fit increases sales by 18%, moving up a place to No.4. Wii Fit has risen 1 place per week over the last 3 weeks, perhaps in preparation for another assault on the top spot to complete that famous record-in-waiting (needs 3 more No1’s for the all time No1 record).

THQ’s UFC 2009: Undisputed (sales down 36%) drops two places to No5 and EA Sports Active ( down 28%) also relinquishes 2 positions now at No6. Activision have the highest climber this week, with Call of Duty: World at War (sales up 79%) moving up nine places to No.7, thanks to a new map pack and some price promotions.

A notable new entry is EA’s Grand Slam Tennis at No.13, which is the first Wii MotionPlus enabled title. Nintendo won’t be releasing a title that uses the accessory until Wii Sports Resort on 24th July.

The biggest loser by far this week was X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which plummeted seventeen places to No.20.

All info provided by Chart-Track