UK Charts Week 26

5 July, 2012 - 7:19 pm by

This week we have a whopping 5 new entries into the chart – the highest so far this year. Lego Batman 2 is still performing well but can Bruce Wayne hold off the likes of Spider-Man, Solid Snake and the alternative dynamic duo – Ratchet and Clack for a second week? If you read on you’ll find out.

The answer is yes. Lego Batman with the help of his DC heroes has managed to stave off the Amazing Spider-Man and Take Two’s shooter, Spec Ops: The Line. Sega’s London 2012 enters in a respectable fourth place in a busy week. Fifa 12 is still hanging on in 5th place despite England’s woes in the real world tournaments.

This Week Last Week Title Publisher
1 1 Lego Batman 2: Dc Super Heroes Warner Bros. Interactive
2 The Amazing Spider-Man Activision Blizzard
3 Spec Ops: The Line Take 2
4 London 2012: The Official Video Game Sega
5 2 Fifa 12 Electronic Arts
6 3 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Ubisoft
7 8 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Bethesda Softworks
8 4 Max Payne 3 Take 2
9 5 Battlefield 3 Electronic Arts
10 Metal Gear Solid Hd Collection Konami
11 The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy: Classics Hd Sony Computer Ent.
12 7 Mario & Sonic London 2012 Olympic Games Sega
13 9 Sniper Elite V2 505 Games
14 10 Fifa Street Electronic Arts
15 26 Mass Effect 3 Electronic Arts
16 15 Batman: Arkham City Warner Bros. Interactive
17 6 Lollipop Chainsaw Warner Bros. Interactive
18 16 Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure Activision Blizzard
19 20 Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo Mind Candy
20 12 Diablo Iii Activision Blizzard

Ukie Games ChartsĀ©, compiled by GfK Chart-Track

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection has entered the charts at number 10 and the Ratchet and Clank HD Trilogy is the last new entry at 11. Bolstered by the new DLC, Mass Effect 3 also reenters the chart at 15 up 11 from 26. Tune in next week for the latest charts!