Diablo Goes Down

For the first time this year, Blizzard's Diablo is not the top-selling PC title.


PC Data has released its list of top-selling PC games for May, and it looks like Diablo must now pass the torch to another title.

Taking the number one spot, determined by retail sales as measured by PC Data, is LucasArts' X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter, a title which clocked in at number four the previous month.

Blizzard's game, which held the number one position for four months, is now the second best-selling game. Making its first appearances on the list are MDK, from Playmates, EA's Need for Speed, Sierra On-Line's Lords of the Realm, and Interplay's Redneck Rampage.

Without further ado, the list:

1. X-Wing Vs. TIE Fighter, LucasArts2. Diablo, Blizzard3. Myst, Broderbund4. Command & Conquer: Red Alert, Virgin5. Need for Speed II, Electronic Arts6. Microsoft Flight Simulator, Microsoft7. Redneck Rampage, Interplay8. Command & Conquer: Counterstrike, Virgin9. MDK, Playmates10. NASCAR II, Sierra On-Line11. Barbie Fashion Designer, Mattel12. Quake, GT Interactive13. Monopoly Multimedia, Hasbro Interactive14. Microsoft Return of Arcade, Microsoft15. Warcraft Battle Chest, Blizzard16. Comanche III, NovaLogic17. Duke Nukem 3D Atomic Edition, GT Interactive18. Tomb Raider, Eidos19. Lords of the Realm, Sierra On-Line20. Wheel of Fortune, Graphix Zone

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