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 Gran Turismo 5  Overtakes  Black Ops  To Lead UK Charts
Gran Turismo 5 Overtakes Black Ops To Lead UK Charts
November 29, 2010 | By Simon Parkin

November 29, 2010 | By Simon Parkin
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Polyphony Digital's long-delayed Gran Turismo 5 has debuted in pole position in the all-formats UK chart, overtaking Call of Duty: Black Ops for highest number of sales in the week ending November 27.

Kazunori Yamauchi's driving simulator joins Heavy Rain and God of War III as the third Sony-exclusive title to sit at number one on the UK sales chart in 2010.

Ubisoft Montreal's Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood maintains its strong position in third place in the chart, while Criterion Games' critically-acclaimed Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit drops three places from last week to number 6.

Junction Point’s Disney platformer, Epic Mickey, failed to chart in the top 40 all-formats chart, entering the Wii charts at number 11.

Titles falling from the top 10 this week include Professor Layton and the Lost Future , Kinect Sports, and New Super Mario Bros. Wii, displaced by Nintendo Art Academy and Fallout: New Vegas.

Below are Chart-Track's all-platforms sales charts, which include unit sales of all versions of a given title.

UK All-Platforms Top 10

1. Gran Turismo 5 (Polyphony Digital, Sony Computer Entertainment)
2. Call of Duty: Black Ops (Treyarch, Activision)
3. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (Ubisoft Montreal, Ubisoft)
4. FIFA 11 (EA Sports, EA)
5. Just Dance 2 (Ubisoft, Ubisoft)
6. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (Criterion Games, EA)
7. Wii Party (Nintendo, Nintendo)
8. Art Academy (Nintendo, Nintendo)
9. Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo, Nintendo)
10. Fallout: New Vegas (Obsidian Entertainment, Bethesda)

UK Individual Platforms Top 10

1. Gran Turismo 5 (Sony, PS3)
2. Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (Ubisoft, Xbox 360)
3. Call of Duty: Black Ops (Activision, Xbox 360)
4. Just Dance 2 (Ubisoft, Wii)
5. Call of Duty: Black Ops (Activision, PS3)
6. Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (Ubisoft, PS3)
7. Wii Party (Nintendo, Wii)
8. FIFA 11 (EA, Xbox 360)
9. FIFA 11 (EA, PS3)
10. Art Academy (Nintendo, Wii)


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Maurício Gomes
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Then people wonder if it was worth for Sony allow Polyphony repeteadly delay it...

Amir Sharar
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The real test is to see how long it lasts on the charts.



Racing games always premiere big in Europe, and do very well during their first month. F1 2010 was in the top 10 for a little while and Forza Motorsport 3 reappeared in the Top 20 list for 7 months after its release. I expect GT5 to perform better, and for F1 2010 to match that.



I don't know if it was worth PD to repeatedly delay it. Most of the issues I have with the game are related to key decisions made, rather than the amount of time spent on certain features.


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