Red Dead Redemption has finally been beaten to the draw, being knocked off the top spot in the Chart Track UK all-format video game charts by Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4.
Harry Potter has pushed Rockstar’s wild west sandbox hit, which has been at the top for five weeks running, down to number two with a quick repulso spell.
Red Dead’s sales fell by almost a third this week, giving Warner Bros its first UK all-format number one with the Harry Potter game.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 is at number three, followed by 2010 Fifa World Cup South Africa.
505 Games has managed an impressive new entry at number five with Naughty Bear, the tale of a maniacal teddy bear who terrorises his stuffed friends.
There’s another new entry at number six, Namco Bandai’s Demon’s Souls: Black Phantom Edition, which pushes Ubisoft’s Just Dance out to number seven.
Modern Warfare 2 is still holding on in the top ten, albeit by its war-torn fingernails at number ten. It has been in the top ten since it first hit the number one spot in November 2009, over six months ago now.