Sega's Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games has fought its way back to the top of the UK's All Formats Charts. It records its seventh number 1 position for the week ending the 15th of March despite a 22% sales drop, moving up one place from last week's number 2.
EA's Army of Two drops one place to number 2, recording a 39% decrease in sales in the game's second week of release. Take 2's Bully: Scholarship Edition moves up one place to number 3 while Nintendo's Brain Training drops one place to number 4. Activision's Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is at number 5 for a third week in a row. Carnival: Funfair Games secures Take 2 its second top ten title this week with its highest ever chart position and sales total, up ten places to number 6, thanks to retail-wide price promotions.
Activision's Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock rockets up from last week's number 20 to number 7 thanks to retailer promotion, its highest position on the chart since it was number 5 in week 2 of 2008. Cooking Mama 2 from 505 Games moves up from last week's number 12 to number 9, marking its first appearance in the Top Ten since it was launched five weeks ago. Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 moves up one place to number 8 while EA's FIFA 08 climbs four places to number 10.