Kudos To Fallout: New Vegas, But C'Mon Potential Vanquish/DJ Hero 2 Customers.

It's sad to see both games miss out on solid spots in the UK sales top ten, then. Vanquish only managed a spot at number 12, while DJ Hero 2 was way behind at 25. Disappointing, then — but as one of our followers pointed out on Twitter, it's probably the wrong time of year to release these games. Certainly DJ Hero 2 baffles me as it feels like a summer game, but we suppose the bundled peripherals make it an ideal option for Christmas.

Still, there'll be no disappointment at Bethesda HQ, as the Obsidian-developed (and borderline broken) Fallout: New Vegas has managed to top the charts. Playing the game yesterday we were told we couldn't enter a tent because we weren't alone, though we didn't have a companion to leave behind. Puzzle or bug? It's getting harder to tell with New Vegas.

The other new release this week was EA Sports MMA. Despite some positive reviews, the game only managed to break into the 23 spot. Still - it charted higher than our beloved DJ Hero 2. What is wrong with the world?

  1. Fallout: New Vegas (Obsidian Entertainment, Bethesda)
  2. Medal of Honor (Danger Close/DICE, EA)
  3. FIFA 11 (EA Sports, EA)
  4. Professor Layton and the Lost Future (Level 5, Nintendo)
  5. Just Dance 2 (Ubisoft, Ubisoft)
  6. Wii Party (Nintendo, Nintendo)
  7. Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo, Nintendo)
  8. F1 2010 (Codemasters Birmingham, Codemasters)
  9. Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 (Team PES. Konami)
  10. Dead Rising 2 (Blue Castle Games, Capcom)