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Latest Charts, w/e June 7: Watch Dogs still top dog

This week's latest gaming charts are in, showing Watch Dogs as the number one title, despite a large drop in sales.

Watch Dogs sales dropped 81% over its first week of release, although it still done enough to hold off Mario Kart 8. Elsewhere newcomer Murdered: Soul Suspect entered at third, with Wolfenstein, and FIFA 14 making up the top five.

Here’s the chart in full:
  1. Watch Dogs
  2. Mario Kart 8
  3. Murdered: Soul Suspect
  4. Wolfenstein: The New Order
  5. FIFA 14
  6. 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
  7. Minecraft: PS3 Edition
  8. Call of Duty: Ghosts
  9. Titanfall
  10. Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition

Edited On 09 Jun, 2014

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PrometheusFan's avatar
PrometheusFan 2 years ago
Good to see Watchdogs still on top. Been having a lot of fun with it this past week. Also, because I know some say that the individual format charts are more important than the combined charts Shopto uses, I decided to check Chart-track and it appears Watchdogs PS4 is still number 1, followed by the 360 and Xbone versions respectively... oh, and Mario Kart 8 is number 4 there, so big drop in sales there.
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Kuzz 2 years ago
Game was fun, but fully 100% completed it, got platinum trophy already so nothing else to do really. Online is nothing special, hacking people at first was exciting but after a while it's the same old thing every time so not much to do there either. Game for me still felt like it was missing something, tasks were quite repetitive. I still can't put my finger on what it was I was expecting but it just felt it was missing something for me. Still a great game. Defo over hyped imo.
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SquareSofty 2 years ago
I'm trying my best to enjoy this game but no matter what I do I find myself getting bored. I'm kind of hoping the story is short but knowing Ubisoft it wont be.
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Zombieflamingo 2 years ago
The story does seem quite short, I have not done much and just at the end of Act two and looking at the sats the other acts don't look as long.

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