UK charts: Crackdown 2 still numero uno

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 19 July 2010 10:28 GMT


Crackdown 2 is still beating off the competition at the top of the Agency tower, taking a second week at number one of the UK charts.

Ubisoft’s Dance on Broadway is at second, up two from four last week, while Lego: Harry Potter is third.

Red Dead Redemption and Toy Story 3 round off the top five.

Just so you know: Alan Wake’s made a massive gain, coming back into the top 20 at 11, with sales shooting up by 98 percent. Guess it really does have a “growing interest.”

Full top ten is below. Last week’s data is here.

  1. Crackdown 2 (Ruffian Games, Microsoft Games Studios)
  2. Dance on Broadway (Ubisoft, Ubisoft)
  3. Lego: Harry Potter (Traveler’s Tales, Warner Bros. Interactive)
  4. Red Dead Redemption (Rockstar San Diego, Rockstar)
  5. Toy Story 3 (Disney Interactive Studio, Disney)
  6. 2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa (EA Sports, EA)
  7. Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Nintendo, Nintendo)
  8. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 (EA Sports, EA)
  9. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (Infinity Ward, Activision)
  10. Just Dance (Ubisoft, Ubisoft)

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