Official UK game-sales chart
The Godfather holds off Oblivion to take the UK's pole position.
This week's ELSPA official UK game sales chart as compiled by Chart Track sees The Godfather climbing to number one. Electronic Arts' movie-inspired action game replaces last week's champ, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, which falls to number two. The highest new entry this week was Nintendo's Animal Crossing on the Nintendo DS, followed by Far Cry Instincts Predator and Championship Manager 2006, which entered the top 10 at numbers eight and nine, respectively.
Best-selling games in the UK for the week ending April 1, 2006:
Rank This Week / Rank Last Week / Title / Publisher / Platforms
1 / 2 / The Godfather / EA / PS2, Xbox, PC
2 / 1 / The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion / Take 2 / PC, Xbox 360
3 / 4 / FIFA Street 2 / EA / PS2, PSP, Xbox, GC, DS
4 / 3 / Buzz! The Big Quiz / Sony / PS2
5 / 5 / Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter / Ubisoft / PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360
6 / * / Animal Crossing: Wild World / Nintendo / DS
7 / 6 / Fight Night Round 3 / EA / PS2, PSP, Xbox, Xbox 360
8 / * / Far Cry Instincts Predator / Ubisoft / Xbox 360
9 / * / Championship Manager 2006 / Eidos / PC
10 / 7 / Driver: Parallel Lines / Atari / PS2, Xbox
An asterisk indicates that the game did not appear on the previous week's list of best-selling games in the UK.
The list above ranks games across all formats according to retail sales in the UK.
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