Just when you think everything is fine, someone suddenly loses their face.
The least surprising two titles to top the charts.
A relatively slower week for boxed video game sales in the UK.
Six years on from its initial launch, GTA 5 still continues to sell like hotcakes.
The power of Mario and soccer.
EA finally reveals why it won’t support the Switch... and puts its foot in its mouth along the way.
FIFA Ultimate Team and The Sims 4 are notable winners in the publisher's latest fiscal results.
Super Mario Maker 2 drops down to third place.
Sea of Solitude and A Plague Tale: Innocence available currently for Premier subscribers.
It's also the second best UK debut for the Crash franchise.
Days Gone and Marvel's Spider-Man enjoy impressive sales as well.
The digital charts tells a very different story than the physical one.
Sony's latest major PSVR release has topped UK sales charts.
RAGE 2, meanwhile, sees a significant drop in sales.
Several games like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Assassin's Creed Odyssey see sales increases.
Yoshi's Crafted World drops down to third place.
FromSoftware's action epic is now the company's second "No. 1 in All Formats" in the UK.
Meanwhile, GTA 5 refuses to die and sees yet another surge in sales.
DiRT Rally 2.0, Trials Rising, and The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame also debut in the top ten chart.
Even Red Dead Redemption 2 could not topple FIFA 19.