UK Charts – Week 1 – 2012
So, the first week of 2012 has come and it has gone. With it comes a new sales statistic from the UKIE group, who release sales figures weekly to the gaming world. Now, as it’s the January sales it’s expected to see a fair few casual games as well as core-gamer games fairly high in the list. It’s also expected to see at least one Mario game, as, after all, Mario is always in the Top 20 of something.
We will attempt to update this list weekly – but no promises!
|This Week||Last Week||Title||Publisher|
|1||1||Fifa 12||Electronic Arts|
|2||3||Battlefield 3||Electronic Arts|
|3||2||Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3||Activision Blizzard|
|4||4||Just Dance 3||Ubisoft|
|5||8||The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim||Bethesda Softworks|
|6||19||Zumba Fitness||505 Games|
|7||7||Need For Speed: The Run||Electronic Arts|
|8||6||Saints Row: The Third||THQ|
|10||5||Assassin’S Creed: Revelations||Ubisoft|
|11||10||Forza Motorsport 4||Microsoft|
|12||28||Zumba Fitness 2||505 Games|
|13||9||Mario Kart 7||Nintendo|
|14||11||Mario & Sonic London 2012 Olympic Games||SEGA|
|15||14||Super Mario 3D Land||Nintendo|
|16||21||Football Manager 2012||SEGA|
|18||16||Kinect Sports: Season Two||Microsoft|
|20||37||Ea Sports Active 2||Electronic Arts|
UKIE Games Charts©, compiled by GfK Chart-Track
FIFA is still doing well, even after who know’s how many years and Zumba, well, it’s something that’s not likely to go away any time soon.