FIFA 13 has held the number one spot in the UK all-format game chart, as compiled by Chart Track.
It might have slipped 70 per cent in terms of sales from its debut week, but that still represented a truck-load of copies flogged, and it easily held on to the top despite a challenge from a high profile launch by Capcom.
Namely Resident Evil 6, which came in at number two, and sold lots – more than Resident Evil 5, in fact. Indeed, it became the fourth biggest release of 2012, which given FIFA’s 70 per cent sales drop from its debut week, shows just how much the footballing game is selling.
Borderlands 2 slipped from number two to three, and there was another new entry at number four, Just Dance 4.
F1 2012 was at number five, followed by yet another new entry – you can certainly tell its autumn now – NBA 2K13.
Rocksmith kept on rocking as a non-mover at number seven with Skyrim still selling at number eight, then Pro Evolution 2012 sliding down to number nine. Finally, Sleeping Dogs just managed to keep its top ten status, at number ten.