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Metro: Last Light has knocked previous number one, Dead Island: Riptide, off the top of the UK video games chart.
A distinct lack of big new releases sees Techland's Dead Island: Riptide retain its crown as the best selling game in the UK for the third week in a row.
Electronic Arts has confirmed that it has struck a long term extension to it's deal with FIFA.
EA has captured the much sought after Star Wars license and is already planning multiple new titles.
In perhaps the most unsurprising piece of video game news since video game news begun, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 tops the UK All Format Chart. Lower down the list, despite positive noisesfrom Nintendo, the highest debuting Wii U game is Nintendoland at 11, with New Supr Mario Bros.
If you're eagerly awaiting Paper Mario: Sticker Star there's good news, if it's Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon you're after, brace yourself.
The next instalment in worldwide phenomenon that is the Professor Layton puzzle series is due to be with us before the end of the year.
August 14, 2012
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They may now be nothing more than a beautiful memory, but the official video game of the London 2012 Olympics still holds on to top spot on the podium in the UK chart.
July 31, 2012
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In the most unsurprising result since the running race at Usain Bolt's primary school sports day, Olympics-related games currently dominate the podium on the all-format UK video game chart.
It's Sega's answer to Mario Kart, and it'll be hitting store shelves later this year!