The wave of nostalgia continues and intensifies after the recent releases of ‘Wipeout: Omega Collection’ and ‘Tekken 7’.
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In a quiet week, ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ steals back No1, up two places from No3.
Sony are at No1 in the All Formats Chart again this week with a PS4 exclusive, but it’s not ‘Wipeout: Omega Collection’, which drops from top spot to No5.
Bandai Namco debut at No1 on the Entertainment Software All Prices Top 40 (Units) with ‘Tekken 7’ (across PS4/Xbox One/PC), a first Tekken series No1 debut since ‘Tekken 3’ on PS1 back in week 37, 1998.
‘Injustice 2’ takes the No1 spot for two weeks running in the All Formats Chart, making it the 6th new title of 2017 to retain the No1 position.
There’s Injustice within the game charts this week with Injustice 2 taking the top spot.
Bethesda’s ‘Prey’ snatches the No1 position for the All Formats Chart in its second week from Nintendo’s Switch ‘Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’ which drops to No3. It is the first time since W25 2016 that Bethesda has hit No1 in the All Formats Chart with ‘Doom’. ‘GTA V’ climbs 1 place to No2, while Ubisoft’s ‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ re-enters the top 10 after briefly missing out last week, climbing from No11 to No8. ‘Fifa 17’ rises to No4, as ‘Rocket League’ moves up 1 place from No6 to complete the top 5. Activision Blizzard have 3 titles in the charts this week, with ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops III’ jumping to No20, ‘Overwatch’ at No12 and finally ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ at No7.
Nintendo’s Switch ‘Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’ takes a second week at No1, but only just, as Bethesda’s ‘Prey’ debuts right behind at No2.
Mario Kart 8’s deluxe edition races to an early lead, but Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 has a blue shell ready to fire.
Having reclaimed No1 last week, Ubisoft’s ‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ takes a fourth week at the top (2 weeks at launch and the last 2 weeks).