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Metro: Last Light has knocked previous number one, Dead Island: Riptide, off the top of the UK video games chart.
Finally, some good news for Wii U owners.
No Battlefield, no FIFA, no...you get the idea.
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.
The Wii U's problems running the Forstbite 3 engine mean some massive EA titles won't be coming to the Nintendo console.
Electronic Arts has confirmed that it has struck a long term extension to it's deal with FIFA.