Camelot hangs on to first place

Mythic's online role-playing game takes the top spot once again on NPD's weekly list of best-selling games.

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Mythic Entertainment's online role-playing game Dark Age of Camelot captured first place once again in NPD Intelect's latest weekly list of best-selling PC games. The massively multiplayer game, which was launched in early October, is set in a medieval fantasy world inspired by traditional Arthurian legends. Mythic recently announced that the game has more than 2820932100,000 registered players .

Electronic Arts' latest real-time strategy game expansion, Command & Conquer Yuri's Revenge, came in at second place once again, followed by EA's virtual-life game The Sims at number three. The latest Sims expansion pack, The Sims: House Party, jumped up from seventh place into fourth, followed by Blizzard's popular role-playing game expansion Diablo II: Lord of Destruction in fifth.

The list below ranks games according to retail sales. To see a list of games ranked according to GameSpot review score, visit our Top Games page.

Best-selling PC games for the week of October 14-20, 2001:

Rank / Title / Publisher / Average price
1 / Dark Age of Camelot / Vivendi Universal / $36
2 / Command & Conquer Yuri's Revenge / Electronic Arts / $30
3 / The Sims / Electronic Arts / $42
4 / The Sims: House Party / Electronic Arts / $29
5 / Diablo II: Lord of Destruction / Vivendi Universal / $32
6 / RollerCoaster Tycoon / Infogrames / $22
7 / Operation Flashpoint / Codemasters / $41
8 / The Sims: Livin' Large / Electronic Arts / $29
9 / Max Payne / GodGames / $44
10 / Flight Simulator 2002 / Microsoft / $70

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