UK game charts: May 28-June 3
Hitman: Blood Money stares down the opposition as Eidos keeps hold of the top of the UK charts.
Hitman: Blood Money, the stealth action game from Eidos, celebrates another week at the top of the UK All Formats Sales Chart this week. There was little movement in the rest of the top 10, with The Da Vinci Code dropping to 13th place and Half-Life 2: Episode One entering the chart in eighth place.
2006 FIFA World Cup held on to second place ahead of the start of the tournament in Germany this week, but Pro Evolution Soccer 5 dropped one place to fourth. Another Eidos title, Tomb Raider: Legend, jumped up two places to third, giving the UK publisher two entries in the top three.
X-Men: The Official Game and Animal Crossing: Wild World both moved up one place, to fifth and sixth, respectively, while The Sims 2--released back in September 2004--moved back up three places to seventh.
Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis fell to ninth this week, possibly suffering because of its single-format release, and Championship Manager 2006 rounded off the top 10.
It was a slightly disappointing week for Polyphony Digital, the maker of the Gran Turismo series, with Tourist Trophy: The Real Riding Simulator making its debut in 14th place.
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