Yee-haw! Red Dead Redemption remains the most Wanted game in the UK all-format software chart (courtesy GfK Chart-Track) as it holds its #1 position despite a 40% drop in sales from last week. THQ's 2010 update to its UFC Undisputed series didn't have quite as much impact in its debut week as 2009's surprise smash hit, but it's still the highest-ranking new entry in the Top 10.
(1) - 1 - Red Dead Redemption - Take 2 - (2)
(NE) - 2 - UFC 2010: Undisputed - THQ - (1)
(2) - 3 - 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - Electronic Arts - (6)
(3) - 4 - Just Dance - Ubisoft - (26)
(4) - 5 - Wii Fit Plus - Nintendo - (31)
(5) - 6 - Split/Second: Velocity - Disney Interactive Studios - (2)
(11) - 7 - Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 - Activision - (29)
(9) - 8 - Prince Of Persia: The Forgotten Sands - Ubisoft - (2)
(7) - 9 - Lost Planet 2 - Capcom - (3)
(13) - 10 - Wii Sports Resort - Nintendo - (45)
(Note: Last week's position first, followed by this week's ranking, game name, publisher and number of weeks in the chart)
You can't keep Modern Warfare 2 down for long, as Infinity Ward's contemporary shooter claws itself back into the chart this week after a brief disappearance. With a +24% increase in sales, the game leaps back to #7. Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands also sees a boost in sales (+7%) which allows it to step up a place to #8. Besides Wii Sports Resort's re-entry, Everything else is a reshuffle from last week's chart.
You're probably wondering what's happened to some of the other new releases that came out on Friday, right? Well, SEGA's spy-RPG Alpha Protocol managed to rank at #13, with Activision's Blur following closely at #14 and the Clash of the Titans game tie-in entering all the way back at #37.