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GTA 5 reclaims rule in UK charts, wild Pokemon X, Y appear in top 4

Sinan Kubba, @sinankubba
October 14, 2013
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The battle between Grand Theft Auto 5 and FIFA 14 rages on, with Rockstar reclaiming the UK No. 1 after EA Sports held it for two weeks. It's maybe a bit surprising to see Pokemon X and Y not on top, the duo instead placing in third and fourth in the all-formats chart.

If the two Poke-versions were combined they'd almost certainly be Numero Uno, however, since X and Y are first and second in the individual formats chart. Maybe the biggest stat for Nintendo is that the 3DS games' first week sales are around double of Pokemon Black 2 and White 2's debut showing - I'm sure we'll be hearing about very big numbers soon.

The other new release in the top ten is Beyond: Two Souls, Quantic Dream's PS3 game charting fifth. As for Dragon's Crown debuting all the way down in 19th, I have to wonder if the game's late European arrival and Sony's region-free policy played their part...



Top 10 UK Software Sales (All Formats); week ending October 12:

  1. Grand Theft Auto 5
  2. FIFA 14
  3. Pokemon X
  4. Pokemon Y
  5. Beyond: Two Souls
  6. F1 2013
  7. Just Dance 2014
  8. Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition
  9. Disney Infinity
  10. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD






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