Top dog

Unlike the current Manchester United team, FIFA 14 has managed to make a not-so-dramatic comeback to reclaim its position at the top of the UK sales charts. The soccer simulation – alongside first-person shooter Call of Duty: Ghosts – managed to topple last week’s frontrunner Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, which dropped all the way down into fourth.

With very few new releases last week, familiar faces rounded out the rest of the list. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, for example, stayed put in fifth, while Grand Theft Auto V and Battlefield 4 fleshed out sixth and seventh respectively. Killzone: Shadow Fall continued to sell exceptionally well in ninth, one spot above Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag in tenth.

Admittedly, this has been a tedious couple of months for British best-sellers, but things are set to get spicier soon as the release calendar begins to hot up again. Have you been saving your cash for the impending onslaught of PlayStation 3 and Vita releases? Open your wallet in the comments section below.