Chart News: Cut-Price EA Titles Back at Top

Need for Speed, FIFA, back of the net etc.

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Back of the net! Again.
Back of the net! Again.
It?s like the last three months never actually happened! That?s right EA?s FIFA 07 and Need for Speed: Carbon are back at the top of the UK videogame charts, at Numbers 1 and 2 respectively, due to some aggressive price-cutting at retail.

SPOnG?s favourite footy game of, well, for ever, Konami?s Pro Evolution Soccer 6, is back up at Number 3, closely followed by THQ?s new entry with Supreme Commander at Number 4, whilst Mastertronic?s execrable marketing-led cash-in non-game Little Britain thankfully drops down to Number five.

Lower down the Top Ten THQ?s Avatar: The Legend of Aang, clambers up seven places to number 6, EA?s The Sims 2: Pets is at Number 7 and last weeks top dog, Eidos? Battlestations: Midway drops seven places to Number 8.

Retro-lover?s Sega Mega Drive Collection is at Number 9 and Capcom?s rather marvellous Lost Planet is at Number 10.

New entries include Nintendo?s Excite Truck for the Wii, which debuts at a rather disappointing Number 36 and EA?s The Sims: Life Stories nudges into the chart at Number 23.

1. FIFA 07 (EA)
2. Need for Speed: Carbon (EA)
3. Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (Konami)
4. Supreme Commander (THQ)
5. Little Britain (Mastertronic)
6. Avatar: The Legend of Aang (THQ)
7. The Sims 2: Pets (EA)
8. Battlestations: Midway (Eidos)
9. Sega Mega Drive Collection (Sega)
10. Lost Planet (Capcom)

Comments

rogueleader 20 Feb 2007 20:08
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With the exception of Supreme Commander and Battlestations:midway this is a travesty. FIFA games are the smae every year but with a different menu as are pro evolution soccer and need for speed. The sism 2 is just boring. Lost planet isnt that good and little Britain? Why the hell is that still there?
Come on public if your not going to buy any good new games buy a good old game.
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