The Last of Us: Remastered (-40%) is at the top of the chart, followed by Watch Dogs (-22%) at second, for a third straight week. Up two places to third, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (+1%) again finds its highest chart position.
Strong sales in Xbox One copies takes Call of Duty: Ghosts (+7%) to fourth from eighth.
Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (-1%) takes two places despite a minor drop in sales.
The LEGO Movie Videogame (+6%) is ahead of FIFA 14 (-21%) and Grand Theft Auto V (-27%), which fall four places each to seventh and eighth respectively.
Battlefield 4 (-12%) stays at ninth for a third week, ahead of Titanfall (+6%) which rises two to complete the top ten.
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The UK game market suffered again this week with a three percent drop in sales over revenue. With no new titles released, that marks the lowest week for income this year.
Watch Dogs (+3%) is at the top again for the third time in a row and sixth overall. FIFA 14 (+5%), which has been at the top on seven occasions this year, is at second for a second week running.
A small sales improvement makes a big difference, as Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (-4%) takes three places to fourth.
Sniper Elite 3 (-6%) loses sales but moves up one place to fourth nonetheless.
With the release of the DVD/Blu-Ray of the film this week, promotions have pushed The LEGO Movie Videogame (+41%) up seven places to fifth.
Constantly on the move, Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (-6%) has taken one spot in each of the last four weeks, landing at sixth this week.
Grand Theft Auto V moves up four from eleventh, around Titanfall which sticks at eighth.
Call of Duty: Ghosts falls from the third to ninth, ahead of rival Battlefield 4 at tenth.
EA has seen a couple of surprising movers at the bottom end of the chart – four year old Skate 3 (+17%) continues a successful period which leaves it at twenty-fifth. Promotions also help Need for Speed: Rivals (+44%) back into the top 40.
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.
Watch Dogs (-81%) stays at number one, despite huge losses against its first week.
Mario Kart 8 parks at second, as new entry Murdered: Soul Suspect follows in third by only 400 copies.
Sticking in the top five, Wolfenstein: The New Order (-51%) and FIFA 14 (-25%) drop one spot each.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (-10%) does enough to stay at sixth, ahead of Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (-37%).
Call of Duty: Ghosts (-11%) moves up against Titanfall (-22%), which drops two places to ninth, with just 200 copies splitting them.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (-27%) is at tenth, having never fallen out of the top ten.
There are other new entries just outside of the top ten, with MMO Wildstar and 3DS Simulator Tomodachi Life filling fourteenth and fifteenth respectively.
Watch Dogs releases to become Ubisoft’s best launch product in the UK to date. The new franchise marks seventeenth in a list of best new entries, behind established series such as Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, FIFA and Battlefield. Watch Dogs sales are strongest on PS4 — with exclusive content and a hardware bundle having improved the consoles sales by 94%.
Mario Kart 8 saw an impressive launch landing in at second, managing the best sales for any title on the Wii U after its own launch. Bundled with the console, it helps take Wii U sales up by 666%.
Falling to third, Wolfenstein: The New Order (-65%), ahead of FIFA 14 (+46%) and Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (+20%).
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil drops one place to sixth, but Titanfall falls three to seventh, ahead of Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition.
Call of Duty: Ghosts lands at ninth from sixth, as The LEGO Movie Videogame.
Back in the Top 40, Borderlands 2 is at eighteenth thanks to a release on PS Vita.
Update: Yup, April Fools!
Ubisoft announced today that its upcoming open-world hacking adventure Watch Dogs will feature an unusual downloadable character.
In a tongue-in-cheek move, the developers honoured the presenter of the UK consumer television programme of the same name, including Watchdog host Anne Robinson as a non-playable character.