Who cares about budget titles? We have the full Top 40 containing full price games only, to give a more interesting idea of what the people of Britain are actually buying.
Over the past six weeks we've seen four different No.1's (SFIV, Killzone 2, Empire: Total War and Resident Evil 5 for the past 3 weeks). However, Nintendo is back after a breather and Wii Fit is back on top once again.
Wii Fit has now equalled Pokemon Yellow as Nintendo's longest serving chart-topper, with 10 weeks at No.1.
Resident Evil 5 sales fell by 38% as it drops to second place, while EA's FIFA 09 came back into the top 3 with an increase of just 3%.