UK Charts - Red Deadened by Harry Potter

Singularity fails to crack Top 10

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UK Charts - Red Deadened by Harry Potter
Week 25 of the Chart-Track and ELSPA video game year and it takes Harry Potter made of Lego to knock the mighty Red Dead Redemption off the top spot - a feat that even Super Mario Galaxy 2 could not achieve.

Surprisingly for many, Singularity from developer Raven via Activision failed to show-up in the Top 10. It made it to Number 38 - you can see the full charts here by the way.

Chart-Track also points out that "505 Games is in at No5 with cheeky title ‘Naughty Bear’ followed by another new entry, Namco Bandai Games’ ‘Demon’s Souls: Black Phantom Edition’ at No6.

Activision Blizzard’s new entry ‘Transformers: War For Cybertron’ rolls out at No8. EA’s ‘Battlefield: Bad Company 2’ sneaks back into the top ten at No9..."

Week 25 UK Charts
Previous week's placing at start. Weeks on chart at end.
(NE) - 1 - Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 - Warner Bros - (1)
(1) - 2 - Red Dead Redemption - Rockstar Take 2 - (6)
(2) - 3 - Super Mario Galaxy 2 - Nintendo - (3)
(3) - 4 - 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - Electronic Arts - (9)
(NE) - 5 - Naughty Bear - 505 Games - (1)
(NE) - 6 - Demon's Souls: Black Phantom Edition - Namco Bandai - (1)
(4) - 7 - Just Dance Ubisoft - (30)
(NE) - 8 - Transformers: War For Cybertron - Activision Blizzard - (1)
(11) - 9 - Battlefield: Bad Company 2 - Electronic Arts - (17)
(6) - 10 - Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 - Activision Blizzard - (33)

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SPOnG wrote:
it takes Harry Potter made of Lego and aimed at 1-4 year-olds


ERM, I don't think its aimed ta 1-4 yr old, I am sure years 1-4 reference Harry's school years. ;-)
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