Titanfall (-28%) remains at the top of the UK Chart for a second consecutive week.
At second, 2o14 FIFA World Cup Brazil arrives on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. However, there is an expectation for sales to improve closer to the tournament in June, even without Xbox One or PlayStation 4 releases.
LEGO The Hobbit (-12%) and FIFA 14 (-8%) both drop one place respectively to third and fourth.
Call of Duty: Ghosts stays in place to complete the top five.
South Park: The Stick of Truth drops two places to sixth, ahead of new release Trials Fusion.
At eighth, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition falls from sixth, with The LEGO Movie Videogame and Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare following behind, covering the bottom of the top ten.
The remaining new entry this Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, which with the release of a PlayStation 4 version takes twentieth.
The release of an Xbox 360 version has propelled Titanfall (+220%) to top spot. LEGO The Hobbit comes in at second, ahead of FIFA 14 (-1%).
Price reductions see South Park: The Stick of Truth (+52%) leap four places to fourth.
Call of Duty: Ghosts (+28%) gains sales but loses a place to fifth.
Well timed easter promotions take Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (+35%) to sixth, and Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare (+20%) to eighth from eleventh.
The Lego Movie Videogame (+7%) sticks at seventh, with Assassin’s Creed IV (+27%) and Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (-36%) finishing ninth and tenth respectively.
Other new releases this week include Kinect Sports: Rivals at fourteenth, Australian developed title Don Bradman Cricket 14 at thirty-fourth, and Football Manager 2014 (+280%) to eighteenth with a new PSVita version.
FIFA 14 (+8%) regains its place at the top of the UK Chart, bringing the total to eleven weeks as a best-seller.
The long awaited The Elder Scrolls Online arrives on PC and takes second ahead of a console release.
Titanfall (-36%) sticks at third ahead of an Xbox 360 release next week.
In conjunction with the latest DLC release Devestation on Microsoft consoles, Call of Duty: Ghosts (+35%) performs well and takes four places to fourth.
Having sold well in the last two weeks, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (-46%) and Infamous: Second Son (-55%) drop from second and first to fifth and sixth respectively.
The LEGO Movie Videogame falls from fifth to seventh and South Park: The Stick of Truth slips from seventh to eighth, before Minecraft at ninth.
Battlefield 4 rejoins the top ten from thirteenth.
The only other new release this week is Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Complete Ed at twenty-ninth for PlayStation 4 and PSVita.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts are now welcoming applications and industry nominations for the BAFTA Breakthrough Brit awards.
The initiative celebrates and supports the future stars of UK film, television and, most importantly for us, games.
Infamous: Second Son (-67%) stays at the top of the UK chart for a second week.
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (-64%) and Titanfall (-42%) remain in place at second and third respectively, with only 100 copies separating the two.
Old meets new as The Pokémon Company announced Monday that classic characters Magmar and Electabuzz will be made available to UK Pokémon X and Y players throughout the Easter period.
Starting April 4th, Pokemon players can claim one of the first-gen monsters at retailer GAME. Magmar will be made available to Pokémon X players, whereas electric-type Electabuzz will be up for grabs for Pokémon Y players.
UK retailer GAME are offering fans of ‘underachieving’ football teams the chance to trade in their season ticket for a copy of FIFA 14, Pro Evolution 2014 or Football Manager 2014.
The offer is only open to fans of relegation battling Cardiff, West Bromwich Albion, Fulham and Sunderland, along with underachieving Manchester United and cash-strapped Hearts of Midlothian.
In order to get a copy of either game fans must take their season ticket to participating stores before 30th April 2014.
However, given that a season ticket can cost anything from £600 to £3,000 GAME shouldn’t expect people queuing out the doors – and, no, it’s still a few days until April Fools.
The European Union commission has approved a proposal that will put in place a tax relief for the UK gaming industry until 2019.
Worth a reported £188 million over the five year period, the relief will reduce the cost of developing in the UK and allow games companies to further compete in the global market.
There’s reason to celebrate at Manchester-based independent developer White Paper Games, as the teams long-term project Ether One is finally available.
Development on Ether One began almost three years ago, since then a mix of both professional funding and online support have helped White Paper Games see the project through to fruition.
Infamous: Second Son is straight in at the top of the chart. The PlayStation 4 exclusive is in front of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, which arrives on four consoles as the prequel to the incoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Brighton-based indie dev Fat Fish Games released Thursday a new take on their successful Tiny Goalie app, Tiny Touchdown.
Your aim in Tiny Touchdown is to stop a constant flow of offensive American footballers from approaching the score line, whilst also avoiding flying red bottles, all in the pursuit of getting a leaderboard-topping high score.