Submitted by CaptainofCrush 1280d ago | rumor

UK Weekly Chart Week Ending 31st Mar 2012


X360 - 13,476 (-3%)
PS3 - 10,341 (-1%)
3DS - 9,164 (-9%)
PSV - 6,441 (-15%)
Wii - 3,775 (-4%)
DS - 1,998 (-13%)
PSP - 1,204 (-2%)


1: (X360) Mass Effect 3 - 19,245
2: (X360) FIFA Street - 18,490
3: (PS3) FIFA Street - 13,376
4: (X360) Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City - 10,249
5: (X360) Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 - 9,974
6: (PS3) Mass Effect 3 - 8,885
7: (X360) FIFA Soccer 12 - 7,926
8: (PS3) Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City - 7,466
9: (PS3) Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 - 6,949
10: (PS3) FIFA Soccer 12 (3DS, Nintendo DS, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360)

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slavish  +   1280d ago
xbox really owns u.s. and u.k. m$ has lead both charts for a long time now
Dante112  +   1280d ago
Man, everything dropped again. The devices are barely putting out numbers past 13k for the weeks in UK.

@ slavish

Yeah, but not by much as you can see from the recent charts that have been coming out lately (UK never really even had huge unit sales anyway despite what the enthusiasts here tried to put on). I wonder why the UK hardware sales have been so low though, use to be the equivalent of the Japan numbers, now they're barely hitting 13k for the top console.
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pwnmaster3000  +   1280d ago
I know right.
Even in the soft ware department, but in the ww chart is different

Is it me or does Japan sell alot more in the game department then uk
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FatGayandbald  +   1279d ago
whats point in looking at last few charts when there fake anyway, i go by official numbers which show both neck and neck , keep crying 360 troll.
Darth Stewie  +   1280d ago
Damn the Wii is dying fast. Hopefully its only down because people are waiting for the Wii U. Overall sales are down for everybody which is not good.
-Ninja-  +   1280d ago
I dont think the majority of Wii owners even know what a Wii U is.
Fel08  +   1280d ago
Pretty good #s in general
MrBuffalo  +   1280d ago
This generation is due a refresh soon so this is to be expected. At the end of the day though PS3, 360, Wii or whatever there are too many good games out there to keep up with... I have 70 plus for 360, 40 plus for PS3 and erm... 12 for my Wii but I've barely completed maybe a third of them. It aint like past generations, I genuinely believe we've never had it so good. The availability of great games has never been better! This I think is why sales figures are so important for some people to get concerned about because lets face it... theres alot of good games to play out there.
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