UK Sales Chart – Week ending 4th July

Despite Tiger’s best efforts, the golf club gets beaten down by the boxing glove, as Fight Night Round 4 holds onto the top spot for a second week in a row, forcing Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 to debut at No.2.

1. Fight Night Round 4 (1)
2. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 (New Entry)
3. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (6)
4. Wii Fit (4)
5. UFC 2009: Undisputed (5)
6. Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood (New Entry)
7. The Sims 3 (3)
8. [PROTOTYPE] (2)
9. Virtua Tennis 2009 (8)
10. Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince (New Entry)
11. Grand Slam Tennis (11)
12. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (14)
13. Call of Duty: World at War (7)
14. EA Sports Active (9)
15. Professor Layton and the Curious Village (12)
16. Mario Kart Wii (16)
17. FIFA 09 (15)
18. Overlord II (17)
19. Ghostbusters: The Video Game (10)
20. Pokemon Platinum (19)
21. Red Faction: Guerrilla (13)
22. Guitar Hero: Greatest Hits (18)
23. infamous (20)
24. Guitar Hero: World Tour (30)
25. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (22)
26. Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite (24)
27. Guitar Hero: Metallica (27)
28. Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings (21)
29. MySims Racing (26)
30. Dynasty Warriors 6: Empires (28)
31. Grand Theft Auto Auto IV (32)
32. Street Fighter IV (Re-entry)
33. Club Penguin : Elite Penguin Force (38)
34. Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training (23)
35. Football Manager 2009 (31)
36. Transformers Revenge – Autobots (Re-entry)
37. Mario Kart DS (Re-entry)
38. Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (Re-entry)
39. Lego Battles (Re-entry)
40. Resident Evil 5 (29)

There are now five EA Sports titles in the Top 20, encompassing boxing, golf, tennis, fitness and football. But punching people in the face is the most popular activity at the moment, as despite a 35% drop in sales, Fight Night managed to outsell Tiger Woods by a ratio of 1.64 to 1.

Activision’s movie tie-in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen has a good second week, with a 30% increase in sales moving it up three places to No3. This puts it ahead of Wii Fit and UFC Undisputed, which hold their positions at No4 and No5 respectively.

There are two other new entries in the Top 10 this week, Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood rides into town at No6, whilst Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince manages to conjure up a No10 positioning.

The Sims 3 drops 21% in sales, falling four places to No7, whilst another previous No1 [PROTOTYPE] drops 34% in sales, and falls six places to No8.

As Wimbledon draws to a close Sega’s Virtua Tennis 2009 (sales up 8%) remains in the top 10 at No9, while competitor Grand Slam Tennis from EA, holds onto No11.

Once again Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare At No12 outsells its own sequel World at War, despite being over eighteen months old. That fact that COD4 has a popularity and staying power not usually seen outside of a Nintendo title bodes extremely well for the upcoming Modern Warfare 2.

This weeks biggest winner is Guitar Hero: World Tour, moving up six places from No24 to No30. There are two joint biggest losers this week, with both Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training and Resident Evil 5 falling eleven places each to end up at No’s 34 and 40 respectively.

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