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Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy stays on top – July 28, 2018

2. LEGO The Incredibles
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
LEGO The Incredibles
3. The Crew 2
The Crew 2
4. God of War
God of War
5. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
6. Call of Duty: WWII
Call of Duty WW2
7. Grand Theft Auto V
9. Jurassic World: Evolution
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Jurassic World Evolution
10. Mario Tennis Aces
Mario Tennis Aces

Source(s): UKIE, WholesGame

Week ending on July 28, 2018, the UK’s Top 10 chart of the best selling retail and wholesale video games, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on Xbox One and on Nintendo Switch platforms keep the top of charts for the 5th consecutive week. Recently released Wanter Bros’ LEGO The Incredibles continues to keep the second position, and The Crew 2 raised to the the third position.

For the fifth consecutive week in a row Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy has managed to take the top position of the UK weekly physical sales chart. The game saw a drop in sales of around 12 percent week-on-week, however the Playstation 4 version actually saw an increase of 8 percent over the same period.

Lego The Incredibles is another non-mover in the chart, claiming second place for the third week in a row. Sales saw a decrease similar to Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, with a 12 percent drop in sales week-on-week. When it launched the title was a very niche Lego title, but it did coincide with the launch of the new Incredibles movie which is probably helping to sustain sales this long after release.

The Crew 2 saw a large increase in sales week-on-week of 34 percent, pushing the game up to third place in the chart from eighth place last week. Considering the game launched a month ago it’s clearly still drawing in new players and fans of the original. The game received a number of mixed reviews at release, and even now there is a big division in the gaming community between those who enjoy the game, and those who say it’s not worth their time.

Sonic Mania fell to eighth place this week, down from fifth place the week before. The game saw a decrease in sales of 60 percent week-on-week, but appears to still be selling well enough to keep it in the top ten sales chart.

Further down the chart Train Sim World from Maximum Games made it to twentieth place after release. Go Vacation from Nintendo has debuted in twenty-third place, though this title could continue to rise as the weeks go on in a similar way to many other Nintendo titles.

A new Playstation VR title, The Persistence, released to positive reviews and made it to thirty-fourth place in the chart. Finally WarioWare Gold launched for Nintendo 3DS and has entered the chart in thirty-ninth place.

For the week overall sales were actually down by 15 percent. This has been attributed to Amazon Prime Day which held flash sales for specific items and veered consumers away from the games they might have purchased otherwise.

A more extended list of top sellers can be found here.

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