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UK Sales Charts: Watch Dogs Takes the World Cup for a Walk

Posted by Sammy Barker

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Now that E3 2014 is little more than a fading memory, it’s time to get back to business with the weekly UK sales charts report. With new releases taking a bit of a hiatus during the big show, there’s not a lot to get excited about here; Ubisoft’s hack happy escapade Watch Dogs is still on top, while 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil has dribbled up into second on the back of the major sporting event.

Elsewhere, sales of popular first-person shooter Wolfenstein: The New Order exploded, pushing it up into third position, while FIFA 14 and Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition occupied fifth and seventh respectively. Call of Duty: Ghosts aimed high in eighth, while Murdered: Soul Suspect solved a crime down in ninth, as PlayStation 4 exclusive inFAMOUS: Second Son re-entered in 32nd.

As always, you can peruse the full list of movers and shakers through here. Have you been flashing your cash of late? Are you a little strapped leading into the summer? Spend a penny in the comments section below.

[via chart-track.co.uk]

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charlesnarles

#2

charlesnarles said:

@RawWilson1 at least people didn't have ridiculous expectations for iSS based on trailers (WD!). Bur you're not supposed to compare loved ones, so instead I'm trying to be excited for all the summer releases. This first batch of this gen will soon be forgotten

BoltedArc

#5

BoltedArc said:

@Gamer83 I'm not denying wolfenstein was good but I am saying due to the lack of games in the market for sony you would be left with no choice but to buy those games! Nothing came out beside wolfenstein to compete with it at the same time while both came out in the same month those are all that came out mind you wolfenstein is a single player experience and could be beaten in a couple days pending difficulty even still if you had a weekend off you probably could beat it then, watchdogs was hyped for a while now and has single and multiplayer experience, cant really compare them to each other, as to which is better id give it to wolfenstein! Shoot till you drop I say

banacheck

#6

banacheck said:

Glad to see Watch Dogs still at the top it's definitely one of the best open-world game's out, Wolfenstein: The New Order is a good FPS too.

@charlesnarles
But the thing is Watch Dogs is definitely the better game out of the two (InfamousSS Vs Watch Dogs), InfamousSS is a good game but very lacking towards Watch Dogs considering thay are both open-world game's.

charlesnarles

#7

charlesnarles said:

@banacheck I guess I just feel like both games are less than the sum if their parts. D3 for example has nostalgia, length, and variety/replayability = good game. I disagree with most devs' idea of what's cool vs what's lame. I loved hating whiney Raiden in MGS2 or Tidus in FFX, and hated hating hipster iSS guy and indescribable WD man. I can't wait to "be" Big Boss again and have some g.d. context! That's what every recent game lacks, says I.

Gamer83

#8

Gamer83 said:

@BoltedArc

Haven't played enough of Wolfenstein to say I'd put it over Watch Dogs, but what I have played, I really liked.

RawWilson1

#9

RawWilson1 said:

@banacheck Watchdogs does have more going for it than InfamousSS, but InfamousSS is still the most graphically impressive game on next-gen compared with Watchdogs, but Watchdogs 2 has the potential to look even better. Check out the Watchdogs video from this link and marvel how Watchdogs 2 might end up looking like^-^ http://www.ubi.com/UK/Games/Info.aspx?pId=10779

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