Toy Story 3 continues its reign of the UK all-format software chart this week, sticking to the top spot for its third week despite a 17% sales drop. The game it usurped last week, StarCraft II is not even in the Top 10.
Having said that, the publisher's other blockbuster game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, is but one week away from overtaking Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training as the biggest selling game ever in the UK. Today, the shooter drops from #2 to #8 and sees a 41% plummet in sales.
While Disney's movie tie-in enjoys one of the lengthiest #1 occupations of the year, the rest of the chart shuffles about a bit with Red Dead Redemption shooting up to #2 and LEGO Harry Potter whizzing to #4, up three and four places from last week respectively. Nintendo's Art Academy has surely seen the biggest sales boost, with a 205% surge following an avalanche of high-profile advertising. It debuted at #28 last week - now it's at #5. Nice one, Nintendo.
Week 32 All Format Chart
(Previous week at the start. Weeks on chart at end)
(1) - 1 - Toy Story 3 - Disney Interactive - (5)
(5) - 2 - Red Dead Redemption - Take 2 - (13)
(3) - 3 - Dance On Broadway - Ubisoft - (7)
(8) - 4 - Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 - Warner Bros. Interactive - (8)
(28) - 5 - Art Academy - Nintendo - (2)
(6) - 6 - Just Dance - Ubisoft - (37)
(7) - 7 - Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels Starry Skies - Square Enix - (4)
(2) - 8 - Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 - Activision Blizzard - (40)
(9) - 9 - Super Mario Galaxy 2 - Nintendo - (10)
(NE) - 10 - Madden NFL 11 - EA - (1)