Techland and Deep Silver's Dead Island held on to the top spot for the second week running in the UK software sales charts last week, with no new releases entering the charts.
For the week ended September 17, data from tracking firm Chart-Track noted that the game has now sold more copies in two weeks than any past Deep Silver game has sold in its entire lifetime.
The top 10 barely shifted overall compared to last week. Resistance 3 and Driver: San Francisco swapped places at numbers three and four, while the rest of the top six remained firmly in place.
Warner Bros' Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 re-entered the charts at number nine, while Disney's Cars 2 also jumped back into the charts at number ten.
505 Games' Zumba Fitness still hasn't dropped out of the charts since its launch, sitting comfortably at number six.
Below are Chart-Track's all-platforms sales charts, which include unit sales of all versions of a given title, and the individual platform charts, which treat individual SKUs separately.
UK All-Platforms Top 10
1. Dead Island (Deep Silver)
2. Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (THQ)
3. Resistance 3 (SCE)
4. Driver: San Francisco (Ubisoft)
5. Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Eidos)
6. Zumba Fitness (505 Games)
7. Lego Pirates of the Caribbean (Disney)
8. Rugby World Cup 2011 (505 Games)
9. Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (Warner Bros)
10. Cars 2 (Disney Interactive)
UK Individual Platforms Top 10
Both versions of Dead Island topped Chart-Track's individual formats top 10 chart, with the Xbox 360 version taking a 51 percent share of sales, compared to the PlayStation 3's 47 percent.
Resistance 3 saw a 44 percent drop in sales compared to last week, but still managed to grab the number three spot.
1. Dead Island (Deep Silver, Xbox 360)
2. Dead Island (Deep Silver, PS3)
3. Resistance 3 (SCE, PS3)
4. Zumba Fitness (505 Games, Wii)
5. Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (THQ, Xbox 360)
6. Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Eidos, Xbox 360)
7. Driver: San Francisco (Ubisoft, Xbox 360)
8. Driver: San Francisco (Ubisoft, PS3)
9. Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (THQ, PS3)
10. Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Eidos, PS3)