Oh Nioh! Team Ninja's critically acclaimed Souls-like samurai escapade couldn't overcome the continued success of Grand Theft Auto V, meaning that the legendary Rockstar release is now the fifth title since tracking started in the UK to secure 12 spells at the summit. It's in esteemed company alongside the likes of, er, Zumba Fitness and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Actually, the latter was great on PSone.
To its credit, Nioh did top the charts based on revenue – owing to its steep asking price – and was able to overcome last week's front-runner Resident Evil 7. FIFA 17 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare rounded out the top five, with familiar favourites like Battlefield 1 and Rocket League appearing elsewhere. Do you think that word of mouth will keep Nioh hanging around, or is it going to drop like it's got the chop?
UK Sales Charts: Week Ending 11th February, 2016
- Grand Theft Auto V
- Resident Evil 7
- FIFA 17
- Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
- Battlefield 1
- Rocket League
- Hitman: The Complete First Season
- Watch Dogs 2