UK Game Charts: The Last of Us Still on Top, Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition Debuts
The end of humanity is still as popular as ever.
Naughty Dog’s third person action adventure opus The Last of Us hangs on to its number 1 spot in the UK across all platforms, according to the latest UKIE Game Charts by Gfk Chart-Track.
Mojang’s Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition debuted at number 2, amid a large amount of hype for the retail release. Given that the game has sold more than 7 million units on the Xbox 360 with 11 million units sold on the PC, Linux and Mac, it’s surprising that The Last of Us managed to hang on to its top spot.
Meanwhile, the new entries in the chart include The Sims 3: Island Paradise at the fifth position, Activision’s Deadpool at sixth position and Sega’s long awaited Company of Heroes II at the tenth position.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf and FIFA 13 are still firmly far up with the former at the third position and the latter occupying fourth position. Tomb Raider, Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Assassin’s Creed III also continue to hang on at the seventh, eighth and ninth positions respectively.