UK charts: Lego: Harry Potter grabs number one from RDR

Monday, 28th June 2010 10:19 GMT By Johnny Cullen


Lego: Harry Potter has entered the UK charts at number one, denying Red Dead Redemption a sixth week at the top.

The western only slid down to second, while Super Mario Galaxy 2 finished off the top three.

New entries Naughty Bear, Demon’s Souls and Transformers: War for Cybertron all entered the top ten at five, six and eight respectively.

Get the full top ten below. Last week’s data is here.

  1. Lego: Harry Potter (Traveller’s Tales, Warner Bros)
  2. Red Dead Redemption (Rockstar San Diego, Rockstar)
  3. Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Nintendo, Nintendo)
  4. 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA (EA Sports, Electronic Arts)
  5. Naughty Bear (A2M, 505 Games)
  6. Demon’s Souls: Black Phantom Edition (From Software, Namco Bandai)
  7. Just Dance (Ubisoft, Ubisoft)
  8. Transformers: War for Cybertron (High Moon Studios, Activision)
  9. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (DICE, EA Games)
  10. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (Infinity Ward, Activision Blizzard)



  1. Crysis

    May consider getting it when it’s price has dropped

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Blerk

    I didn’t think much of the LEGO Potter demo, tbh. I’m sort of surprised to see it being so well received. :-|

    #2 5 years ago
  3. AHA-Lambda

    thats just plain sad imo

    #3 5 years ago
  4. mington

    i’m rather surprised too. Maybe parents with small children just feel comfortable with the whole lego thing. They’ve played a lego game before so they know what to expect, not take a risks, and they don’t have to learn how to play it.

    quick! churn out: Lego Avatar, Lego spider man, Lego Green Hornet, Lego Avengers, Lego xmen, Lego dancing game…..

    Wasn’t lego spiderman in the works then got canceled?

    #4 5 years ago
  5. DrDamn

    I didn’t think too much of the demo either, felt very much like the other Lego titles. It has reviewed well mind. It’s an exceptionally well done and balanced game mechanic and this is apparently the best and most cohesive example yet.

    #5 5 years ago
  6. Blerk

    My main problem was that it didn’t feel like the other LEGO games. It was fiddly to play and the puzzles seemed too ‘random’.

    #6 5 years ago

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