UK Video Game Charts - Mario & Luigi Can't Do It

Nintendo's Dream Team can't dislodge PS3 exclusive

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UK Video Game Charts - Mario & Luigi Can't Do It
Even despite a 43% week-on-week drop in sales, PS3 exclusive The Last of Us manages to hang on to the top spot in the Chart-Track UK All Formats video game chart. This makes it five weeks at the top.

Even more impressively the title manages to hold off not one but two huge Nintendo titles in the forms of Animal Crossing: New Leaf and the more recently released Mario & Luigi - Dream Team Bros. Chart-track has this to say on the performances:

"If (The Last of Us) makes it to six consecutive weeks at No1, then it will equal the unbroken runs of Black Ops II and FIFA 12. Nintendo have a dream team of a different kind with their 3DS titles Animal Crossing: New Leaf (-26%) and newcomer Mario and Luigi: Dream Team Bros. together at No2 and No3 respectively. FIFA 13 (-31%) makes way, down one place to No4, while Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (-54%) slips from No2 to No5. Far Cry 3 (+18%) swaps places with Assassin's Creed III (-25%) as Ubisoft's top title this week, up from No10 to No6, while Assassin's Creed III drops from No5 to No8.

"Black Ops II (-16%) looks comfortable at No7 for a second week (3rd add-on pack Vengeance debuted on 360 from July 2nd), while Tomb Raider (-24%) clings on at No9. Budget-priced Aliens: Colonial Marines (+36%) jumps back into the Top 10, up from No22 to No10. Second add-on Civilization V: Brave New World debuts at No39 and No2 in the PC Full Price Chart."

{01} - 01 - The Last of Us Sony
{04} - 02 - Animal Crossing: New Leaf Nintendo
{NE} - 03 - Mario & Luigi - Dream Team Bros. Nintendo
{03} - 04 - FIFA 13 Electronic Arts
{02} - 05 - Minecraft - Xbox 360 Edition Microsoft
{10} - 06 - Far Cry 3 Ubisoft
{07} - 07 - Call of Duty - Black Ops II Activision
{05} - 08 - Assassin's Creed III Ubisoft
{06} - 09 - Tomb Raider Square Enix
{RE} - 10 - Aliens - Colonial Marines SEGA

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