FIFA World Cup 2006 and Tomb Raider: Legend hold onto top spots, Metroid Prime: Hunters only new entry.
2006 FIFA World Cup held its position at the top of the UK chart this week, holding off Tomb Raider Legend, which also refused to budge at number two. The rest of the list merely shuffled around, with only one new entry in the form of Metroid Prime: Hunters.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, The Godfather, Animal Crossing: Wild World, Ice Age 2: The Meltdown, FIFA Street 2, and Buzz! The BIG Quiz all maintained positions in the top 10 since last week. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion dropped out of the chart, while Football Manager 2006 was replaced in the top 10 by archrival Championship Manager 2006.
Chart uk_sales for date 2006-05-08 15:55:54
wow elder scrols: oblivion dropped, and now am sure that american RPG is just good in America, just wait if FFX!!, it will be no.1 for long time.
Nice to see AC:WW still being there Also nice to see MP:H being at 6th, after only being released a day before.
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