It is no accident that Warner Bros.’ Dying Light grabs it’s third straight number one, which is a very popular action games and has dominated the charts. My favorite football video game FIFA 15 is eighth in the chart, which costs most of my pocket money to buy FIFA 15 Coins every week.
Grand Theft Auto V and Minecraft both move up one spot this week to third and fourth respectively, with the Microsoft Edition of Minecraft again being the better seller.
Thanks in large to a Sony retail promotion, three titles have returned to the charts to dominate the middle of the charts. Little Big Planet 3, Driveclub and The Last of Us have rejoined the Top Ten chart in 4th, 5th and 6th.
Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare slipped from 5th to 7th, whilst FIFA 15 held the 8th spot for the second consecutive week, after dropping out in Week 9.
3DS exclusive, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D dropped three spots to ninth again taking out the 3DS chart with NBA 2K15 returning to the Top 10 for the first time since Week 6.
The below is the IGEA All Platforms Chart – Australia for March 9 through 15.
Dying Light – Warner Bros. Interactive
Grand Theft Auto V – Rockstar Games
Minecraft – Microsoft
Little Big Planet 3 – Sony Computer Ent.
Driveclub – Sony Computer Ent.
The Last of Us – Sony Computer Ent.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Activision
FIFA 15 – Electronic Arts
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D – Nintendo
NBA 2K15 – 2K Games
Platforms Number 1s
PlayStation 4 – Dying Light, Warner Bros. Interactive
Xbox One – Dying Light, Warner Bros. Interactive
Nintendo Wii U – Super Smash Bros, Nintendo
PlayStation Vita – Minecraft, Sony Computer Ent.
Nintendo 3DS – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, Nintendo
PlayStation 3 – Minecraft, Sony Computer Ent.
Xbox 360 – Minecraft, Microsoft
Nintendo Wii – Just Dance 2015, Ubisoft
PlayStation Portable – Ben 10: Alien Force, D3Publisher
Nintendo DS – Pokemon White Version 2, Nintendo
PC Games – Lego Legends of Chima: Laval’s Journey, Warner Bros. Interactive