Bioshock Infinite is still top of the UK all-format game chart (as compiled by Chart Track), despite sales of the shooter falling heavily.
In fact the number of units shifted dropped by 75 per cent, but it still sold enough to keep it ahead of Tomb Raider, which stayed at number two (with its sales dropping by a third).
The highest new entry was for Defiance, an online shooter by Trion Worlds which has been launched just before its partner TV series on Syfy (which debuts a week tomorrow).
FIFA 13 is still selling well, and is at number four, with Luigi’s Mansion 2 (3DS only) holding at number five behind it.
Previous number one, Gears of War: Judgment, is at number six, and Black Ops II is still refusing to depart the top ten, sticking at number seven.
The remainder of the top ten consisted of Assassin’s Creed III, then Skylander Giants (up six places this week), and Need for Speed Most Wanted – which also returned to the top ten after a pretty lengthy absence.
Defiance aside, there really wasn’t much happening this week.