You can be sure it's a slow news day when we report on the PlayStation Store charts, but maybe this is something you'd like to see us cover more regularly? After all, we're pretty thorough when it comes to the UK, Japan, and USA sales charts, and the PlayStation Store is becoming an increasingly important part of the game purchasing spectrum.
Meandering intros aside, Horizon: Zero Dawn was the best-selling digital release on the PlayStation 4 for March – but only in Europe. In the United States, it could only manage second place, with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands coming out on top. Mass Effect: Andromeda finished third in the United States, while it could only hit fifth position in Europe.
On the PlayStation Vita, the God of War Collection cut a path to the top of the charts in North America, while a bundle of the various Grand Theft Auto titles for PSP managed to reach the summit in Europe, perhaps telling you everything you need to know about the handheld. Meanwhile, authentic moon landing experience Apollo-11 VR led the PlayStation VR charts in Europe, while Job Simulator continued its good run in North America.
And as is always the case, the various Crash Bandicoot games dominated the PlayStation Classics charts in Europe, while Twisted Metal: Black crushed the competition in North America. If you'd like to see the full breakdown of best sellers, then you can find the charts for Europe and North America through the respective links.
Update (18:00PM BST): As pointed out in the comments, Horizon: Zero Dawn technically launched on the last day of February in North America, so this is quite an impressive result for the open world RPG seeing as it doesn't include those all-important release day sales.