Another week of few new releases, another week of Wii Fit
showing off its stamina at the top of the UK All Formats Games Chart.
With its seventh week at Number 1, Wii Fit has equalled Nintendo's second most impressive Chart-topper - Pokemon Gold
- which also managed seven weeks at the top all the way back in 2001. Another four weeks and Wii Fit
will beat Pokemon Yellow
- Nintendo's longest-running UK Number 1.
Below Wii Fit
it's all just shuffling around. Activision's Call of Duty: World at War
is still at Number 2, but EA's FIFA 09
has muscled its way up one place to Number 3. Below that is a solid climber, Nintendo's Professor Layton and the Curious Village
, up six places thanks to renewed stock.
Another EA title, Skate 2
, is down two places to Number 5. Behind it is Mario Kart Wii
, up two places to Number 6. It's occupied the place held by Wii Play
last week, with the controller-bundled collection of mini games down to Number 7. It has robbed Ubisoft's My Fitness Coach
of its position from last week, knocking it down to Number 8.
Eidos has held steady at Number 9 with Tomb Raider: Underworld
. EA has just managed to skid back into the Top 10 with Need for Speed: Undercover
, up three places at Number 10.
None of last week's new entries make the Top 40, although EA's SimAnimals
does succeed in hitting Number 16 in the Wii Full Price Chart and Number 20 in the DS equivalent. Similarly, Ubisoft hits the PC Full Price Chart at Number 6 with CSI: New York
and THQ's PC release of Saints Row 2
hits that Chart at Number 18.
Next week, we might just see new appearances from Rise of the Argonauts
and Chrono Trigger DS
(1) - 1
- Wii Fit
(2) - 2
- Call Of Duty: World At War
(4) - 3
- FIFA 09
- EA Sports
(10) - 4
- Professor Layton And The Curious Village
(3) - 5
- Skate 2
- EA Sports
(8) - 6
- Mario Kart Wii
(6) - 7
- Wii Play
(7) - 8
- My Fitness Coach
- Games For Everyone
(9) - 9
- Tomb Raider: Underworld
(13) - 10
- Need For Speed: Undercover
- EA Games