UK Charts: DmC: Devil May Cry is no. 1 for this week

Ninja Theory’s masterpiece.

Posted By | On 21st, Jan. 2013 Under Article, News | Follow This Author @KartikMdgl

Ninja Theory’s DmC: Devil May Cry has topped this week’s UK charts and has dethroned FIFA 13 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, which is a great achievement.

The UK studio is pretty proud of its origin with Dante having a UK flag on his jacket but that can’t be a reason for high sales right? It’s gotta be more than that, oh wait, it’s because it’s actually a great game!

Far Cry 3 has taken the no. 4 spot which shows that the game has a lot of legs, followed by Need for Speed: Most Wanted.

UK sales aren’t something that is an indicator of popularity though and last month’s NPD sales will give us an idea of how the game actually fared.

Capcom should be pleased with 2 million sales considering it’s a reboot of the franchise. Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Here’s the top 20 list:

1. DmC: Devil May Cry
2. FIFA 13
3. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
4. Far Cry 3
5. Need for Speed: Most Wanted
6. Just Dance 4
7. Football Manager 2013
8. Hitman: Absolution
9. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
10. Assassin’s Creed 3
11. LEGO The Lord of the Rings
12. WWE ’13
13. Dishonored
14. Sonic and All Stars Racing Transformed
15. Skylanders Giants
16. Forze Motorsport 4
17. LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
18. Medal of Honor: Warfighter
19. NBA 2K13
20. Borderlands 2

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  • Anonfan

    Honestly, the mere fact that it puts the DmC franchise back into consumer minds makes me feel more hopeful for the series, it feels as if the DmC series has actually been taken in an interesting graphic direction – however the lack of familiarity and chosen words of ‘catering to a younger demographic’ feels genuinely scary – the thought of inescapable violence and enthralling game-play with a realistic enigmatic persona to play is what initially attracted me to the games.

    As some blogs have mentioned; Dante lost his class and traded it for an obnoxious dose of teenage angst.


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