Well, if it wasn’t for that ol’ switcheroo there with Call of Duty: Ghosts and LEGO The Hobbit swapping places, you could be forgiven for thinking you were looking at the same charts as last week. This is the fourth week of Titanfall at the top, and it’s a good week for EA overall, publishing half of the top ten games.
In other news, it seems that everyone who wanted Trials Fusion rushed out and grabbed it last week on debut – even a PC release wasn’t enough to stop this one from sliding down to #14. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, rightUbisoft?
|1||1||Titanfall||PEGI 16+||EA Games|
|2||2||2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil||PEGI 3+||EA Sports|
|5||3||Call of Duty: Ghosts||PEGI 16+||Activision|
|4||4||FIFA 14||PEGI 3+||EA Sports|
|3||5||LEGO The Hobbit||PEGI 7+||Warner Bros. Interactive|
|8||6||Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition||PEGI 7+||Microsoft|
|6||7||South Park: The Stick of Truth||PEGI 18+||Ubisoft|
|9||8||The Lego Movie Videogame||PEGI 7+||Warner Bros. Interactive|
|10||9||Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare||PEGI 7+||EA Games|
|12||10||Battlefield 4||PEGI 18+||EA Games|