The top two swap to give Watch Dogs (-18%) dominance over Sniper Elite 3 (-53%), the latter within one hundred copies of FIFA 14 (-3%), which sticks at third.
Wolfenstein (+6%), with thanks to retailer promotions, and Titanfall (-15%) swap between fourth and fifth respectively.
Call of Duty: Ghosts (+3%) holds sixth with a small increase in sales.
Moving ahead of the PlayStation 3 Edition (-3%) at eighth, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition jumps up three places to seventh.
Tomodachi Life (-5%) moves to its highest position since launch ahead of Battlefield 4 (+21%) at tenth.
Sniper Elite 3 (-36%), spends a second week at the top of the chart, as Watch Dogs (-20%) sits at second for a third week.
Price promotions take FIFA 14 (+15%) to third and 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (+5%) to eighth.
Titanfall and Wolfenstein occupy the same two position to complete the top five.
Call of Duty: Ghosts is up two spots to sixth, ahead of EA Sports UFC.
The Playstation 3 edition of Minecraft swaps with the Xbox 360 edition again at ninth and tenth.
Tomodachi Life (+53%) on the Nintendo 3DS continues to climb the chart, stopping just short of the top ten at eleventh.
There are new entries on the PSVita chart, with Child of Light top, Ratchet and Clank Trilogy at second, and MotoGP 14 in at twelfth.
Sniper Elite 3, from Oxfordshire based developer Rebellion, shoots to the top of the UK chart.
At second, Watch Dogs (-22%) stays at second place ahead of last weeks number one EA Sports UFC (-58%).
Titanfall, Wolfenstein and FIFA 14 all drop one place each between fourth and sixth.
GRID: Autosport, from Codemasters, makes it to seventh with sales on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
Call of Duty: Ghosts stays ahead of Minecraft, with the Xbox 360 Edition overtaking the PlayStation 3 Edition for the first time.
Mario Kart 8 drops out of the top ten, falling to 13th.
Other new releases include Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark at twelfth and the 3DS Action/Adventure One Piece: Unlimited World Red at twenty-eighth.
Britain’s soon-to-be favourite gaming podcast returns — It’s episode two of The Gamebrit Podcast!
Here for a second attempt to talk videogames, this week we discuss the Nintendo 64 turning 18 years old, how next-gen has truly arrived with the arrival of Sniper Elite 3’s testicle shooting and which games have made us cry.
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