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PAL Charts - Week 50, 2008

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Many many thanks to Raist, felipeko and BishopLamont for taking their time doing it every week!
Thanks to dabra, Captain Smoker, Frankfurter, donny2112, test_account, Phife Dawg, tiong_fi, sensi97, 830920, Verve and Kurosaki Ichigo for their contribution.


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UK:
CharTrack said:
One week to go until the All Formats Christmas Chart and the top 3 games are all non-movers, with sales of ‘Call of Duty: World at War’ rising by 2%, ‘Mario Kart Wii’ sales up by 1% and ‘FIFA 09’ sales down 1%.

The gap between Call of Duty at No1 and Mario Kart Wii at No2 is 27,000 units, leaving Nintendo with it all to do in the coming week in order to claim what would be the Japanese giant’s first Christmas No1 since N64 ‘Zelda Ocarina of Time’ 10 years ago. If Activision Blizzard can hold on to the No1 spot for another week they will claim the longest uninterrupted All Formats chart topping run-in for a Christmas No1, with 6 consecutive weeks. Sales of the Top 6 games are relatively flat, meaning a 3% rise in sales for ‘Need for Speed: Undercover’ is enough to drive it up one place to No4, while a 3% drop in ‘Brain Training’ sales pushes it down one place to No5. The price-promoted ‘Fallout 3’ is still a Top 10 contender with sales up 6%, rising from No7 to No6. Nintendo still have 4 Top 10 games with ‘Wii Play’ up 16% in sales, up from No9 to No7 and ‘Wii Fit’ (-5%) holding at No8. ‘Guitar Hero: World Tour’ is on song this week, sales up 18%, rising from No10 to No9, while ‘Tomb Raider: Underworld’ almost slips out of the Top 10, down from No6 to No10.

As is normal for this week of the year there are no new entries that make the Top 40, but outside the All Formats Top 10 there are several strong climbers, including the bundled ‘Lego Indiana Jones’ (+31%) up from No13 to No11, ‘Sonic Unleashed’ (+87%) up from No33 to No12, the competitively priced ‘Quantum of Solace’ (+53%) up from No27 to No13 and ‘LittleBigPlanet’ up from No29 to No16 (sales up 58%, handing it No1 in the PS3 Chart ahead of CoD).
Week 50, 2008 - Individual Formats (Units)
01 (01) WII Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
02 (02) NDS Dr Kawashima's Brain Training (Nintendo)
03 (03) 360 Call Of Duty: World At War (Activision Blizzard)
04 (05) WII Wii Play (Nintendo)
05 (04) WII Wii Fit (Nintendo)
06 (21) PS3 LittleBigPlanet (Sony Computer Ent.)
07 (06) PS3 Call Of Duty: World At War (Activision Blizzard)
08 (07) 360 Gears Of War 2 (Microsoft)
09 (08) 360 Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks)
10 (14) NDS More Brain Training From Dr Kawashima (Nintendo)
11 (13) WII Animal Crossing: Let's Go To The City (Nintendo)
12 (19) 360 Kung Fu Panda (Activision Blizzard)
13 (20) 360 Lego Indiana Jones: Original Adventures (Lucasarts)
14 (10) PS3 Resistance 2 (Sony Computer Ent.)
15 (34) WII Rayman Raving Rabbids Tv Party (Ubisoft)
16 (18) WII Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games (Sega)
17 (15) 360 Need For Speed: Undercover (Electronic Arts)
18 (12) NDS Nintendogs: Lab & Friends (Nintendo)
19 (11) WII Wii Music (Nintendo)
20 (31) NDS Cooking Guide: Can't Decide What To Eat? (Nintendo)
21 (24) PS3 Fifa 09 (Electronic Arts)
22 (25) PS3 Need For Speed: Undercover (Electronic Arts)
23 (29) 360 Far Cry 2 (Ubisoft)
24 (37) 360 Lips (Microsoft)
25 (32) PC Football Manager 2009 (Sega)
26 (23) 360 Fifa 09 (Electronic Arts)
27 (38) PS3 Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks)
28 (16) WII Guinness World Records: The Videogame (Warner Bros. Interactive)
29 (__) WII Sonic Unleashed (Sega)
30 (26) NDS High School Musical 3: Senior Year (Disney Interactive Studios)
31 (28) 360 Project Gotham Racing 4 (Microsoft)
32 (27) WII Carnival: Funfair Games (Take 2)
33 (17) 360 Tomb Raider: Underworld (Eidos)
34 (39) NDS Mario Kart Ds (Nintendo)
35 (22) NDS Big Brain Academy (Nintendo)
36 (__) WII High School Musical 3: Senior Year Dance (Disney Interactive Studios)
37 (__) WII Guitar Hero: World Tour (Activision Blizzard)
38 (__) NDS New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
39 (33) 360 Sega Superstars Tennis (Sega)
40 (36) WII Shaun White Snowboarding (Ubisoft)

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Ireland:
Week 50, 2008 - Entertainment Software (All Prices)
01 (01) Fifa 09 (Electronic Arts)
02 (02) Need For Speed: Undercover (Electronic Arts)
03 (03) Call Of Duty: World At War (Activision Blizzard)
04 (05) Dr Kawashima's Brain Training (Nintendo)
05 (04) Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
06 (07) Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (Konami)
07 (17) New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
08 (13) Gears Of War 2 (Microsoft)
09 (06) Wwe Smackdown Vs Raw 2009 (Thq)
10 (__) Quantum Of Solace (Activision Blizzard)
11 (19) More Brain Training From Dr Kawashima (Nintendo)
12 (11) Tomb Raider: Underworld (Eidos)
13 (14) Lego Batman: The Videogame (Warner Bros. Interactive)
14 (09) Resistance 2 (Sony Computer Ent.)
15 (10) Wii Play (Nintendo)
16 (08) Wii Fit (Nintendo)
17 (__) Lego Indiana Jones: Original Adventures (Lucasarts)
18 (12) Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks)
19 (20) Far Cry 2 (Ubisoft)
20 (18) Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games (Sega)

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Denmark:
Week 50, 2008 - Entertainment Software (All Prices)
01 (02) Fifa 09 (Electronic Arts)
02 (01) Need For Speed: Undercover (Electronic Arts)
03 (03) Singstar Abba (Nordisk Film)
04 (07) Lego Batman: The Videogame (Pan Vision)
05 (05) Guitar Hero: World Tour (Activision Blizzard)
06 (06) Call Of Duty: World At War (Activision Blizzard)
07 (04) World Of Warcraft: Wrath Of Lich King (Activision Blizzard)
08 (10) Lego Indiana Jones: Original Adventures (Activision Blizzard)
09 (12) Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
10 (09) Football Manager 2009 (Pan Vision)
11 (08) Grand Theft Auto Iv (K.e. Media)
12 (11) Crash: Mind Over Mutant (Activision Blizzard)
13 (15) Disney Sing It (K.e. Media)
14 (13) Wii Fit (Nintendo)
15 (14) The Legend Of Spyro: Dawn Of The Dragon (Activision Blizzard)
16 (__) Singstar Singalong With Disney (Nordisk Film)
17 (18) The Sims 2: Apartment Life (Electronic Arts)
18 (19) Counter-strike: Source (Electronic Arts)
19 (__) Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (Activision Blizzard)
20 (20) Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Activision Blizzard)

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Netherlands:
week 50, 2008

01 (01) [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
02 (02) [PC] Grand Theft Auto IV (Take 2)
03 (03) [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo)
04 (05) [PS3] Call Of Duty/world At War (Activision Blizzard)
05 (06) [360] Call Of Duty/world At War (Activision Blizzard)
06 (__) [WII] Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games (Sega)
07 (__) [NDS] Brain Training (Nintendo)
08 (04) [PS3] Resistance 2 (Sony Computer Ent.)
09 (08) [PC] Call Of Duty/world At War (Activision Blizzard)
10 (09) [PS3] Need For Speed: Undercover (Electronic Arts)

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France:
Early Top 5 - Week 49, 2008

01 (01) [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo)
02 (02) [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
03 (03) [WII] Wii Play (Nintendo)
04 (05) [WII] Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party (Ubisoft)
05 (04) [WII] Guitar Hero: World Tour Bundle (Activision Blizzard)

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Archive:
Week 49
Week 48
Week 47
Week 46
Week 45
 

felipeko

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Spain
Week 49, 2008

01 (02) [WII] Wii Play (Nintendo)
02 (01) [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
03 (05) [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo)
04 (03) [PS2] Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (Konami)
05 (__) [PSP] Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (Konami)
06 (08) [PS3] Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (Konami)
07 (04) [PS3] Need for Speed Undercover (Electronic Arts)
08 (07) [PS3] Call of Duty: World At War (Activision Blizzard)
09 (__) [PS2] Fifa 09 (Electronic Arts)
10 (10) [NDS] Pokemon Ranger 2: Shadows of Almia (Nintendo)

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Norway:
Week 49, 2008 - All Formatshttp://www.vg.no/spill/topp20konsoll.hbs?liste=2&uke=51&aar=2008

Consoles
01 (01) Singstar Abba (Sony)
02 (02) Guitar Hero: World Tour (Activision)
03 (04) Need For Speed: Undercover (Electronic Arts)
04 (05) Call of Duty: World at War (Activision)
05 (03) FIFA 09 (Electronic Arts)
06 (09) Disney: Sing it (Disney Interactive)
07 (07) Wii Fit (Nintendo)
08 (08) Lego Batman: The Video Game (Warner Brothers Interactive)
09 (17) Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
10 (06) The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon (Activision)
11 (15) Lips (Microsoft)
12 (13) Quantum of Solace: The Game (Activision)
13 (10) Crash: Mind over Mutant (Activision)
14 (__) High School Musical 3: Senior Year DANCE! (Disney Interactive)
15 (__) Prince of Persia (Ubisoft)
16 (19) Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks)
17 (11) Little Big Planet (Sony)
18 (20) Shaun White Snowboarding (Ubisoft)
19 (16) Guitar Hero 3: Legends of Rock (Activision)
20 (__) Far Cry 2 (Ubisoft)
Handhelds
01 (01) Littlest Pet Shop (DS) (Electronic Arts)
02 (02) New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
03 (04) Josefine og Drømmespeilet (Pan Vision)
04 (03) Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia (Nintendo)
05 (06) Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
06 (07) High School Musical 3: Senior Year (Disney Interactive)
07 (__) Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams (Empire Interactive)
08 (__) Lego Batman: The Video Game (Warner Brothers Interactive)
09 (09) FIFA 09 (Electronic Arts)
10 (05) Crash: Mind over Mutant (Activision)
PC
01 (01) Football Manager 2009 (Sega)
02 (__) Grand Theft Auto IV (Rockstar Games)
03 (02) World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Blizzard)
04 (03) Call of Duty: World at War (Activision)
05 (04) Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (Electronic Arts)
06 (__) Spore (Electronic Arts)
07 (06) The Sims 2: Byliv (Electronic Arts)
08 (__) The Sims 2: Fritid (Electronic Arts)
09 (05) Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks)
10 (__) Josefine Skolehjelp: Bokstavjungelen (Pan Vision)

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Finland :

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Sweden :
Week 50, 2008 - MULTIFORMAThttp://www.dataspelsbranschen.se/listing.aspx?y=2008&w=50
01 [PS2] Singstar Abba
02 [Wii] Mario Kart Wii
03 [PS2] Guitar Hero: World Tour
04 [Wii] Wii Fit
05 [PC] World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King
06 [Wii] Guitar Hero: World Tour
07 [360] Guitar Hero: World Tour
08 [DS] New Super Mario Bros
09 [PS2] Singstar Svenska hits Schlager
10 [360] Lips
11 [360] FIFA 09
12 [PC] GTA 4
13 [PS2] Singstar Svenska hits
14 [PS2] Lego Batman
15 [PS2] FIFA 09
16 [360] Mirror's Edge
17 [360] Need for Speed Undercover
18 [PC] The Sims 2 Livet i lägenhet
19 [PS3] Singstar Abba
20 [Wii] Wii Play

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Germany:
Week 50, 2008

01 (01) [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
02 (02) [NDS] Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
03 (04) [NDS] Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training (Nintendo)
04 (07) [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo)
05 (08) [PS2] Fifa 09 (Electronic Arts)
06 (10) [NDS] More Brain Training From Dr Kawashima (Nintendo)
07 (02) [PS2] Singstar Schlager (Sony Computer Entertainment)
08 (09) [NDS] High School Musical 3: Senior Year Dance! (Disney Interactive)
09 (__) [NDS] Professor Layton and the Curious Village (Nintendo)
10 (06) [PS2] Need For Speed: Undercover (Electronic Arts)

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New Zealand :
 

Gamecocks625

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Wow at LittleBigPlanet.

Also, I'm just baffled that Pro Evo has dropped off the face of the earth in the UK. I guess FIFA is here to stay.
 

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15/Dec/2008

One week to go until the All Formats Christmas Chart and the top 3 games are all non-movers, with sales of ‘Call of Duty: World at War’ rising by 2%, ‘Mario Kart Wii’ sales up by 1% and ‘FIFA 09’ sales down 1%.

The gap between Call of Duty at No1 and Mario Kart Wii at No2 is 27,000 units, leaving Nintendo with it all to do in the coming week in order to claim what would be the Japanese giant’s first Christmas No1 since N64 ‘Zelda Ocarina of Time’ 10 years ago. If Activision Blizzard can hold on to the No1 spot for another week they will claim the longest uninterrupted All Formats chart topping run-in for a Christmas No1, with 6 consecutive weeks. Sales of the Top 6 games are relatively flat, meaning a 3% rise in sales for ‘Need for Speed: Undercover’ is enough to drive it up one place to No4, while a 3% drop in ‘Brain Training’ sales pushes it down one place to No5. The price-promoted ‘Fallout 3’ is still a Top 10 contender with sales up 6%, rising from No7 to No6. Nintendo still have 4 Top 10 games with ‘Wii Play’ up 16% in sales, up from No9 to No7 and ‘Wii Fit’ (-5%) holding at No8. ‘Guitar Hero: World Tour’ is on song this week, sales up 18%, rising from No10 to No9, while ‘Tomb Raider: Underworld’ almost slips out of the Top 10, down from No6 to No10.

As is normal for this week of the year there are no new entries that make the Top 40, but outside the All Formats Top 10 there are several strong climbers, including the bundled ‘Lego Indiana Jones’ (+31%) up from No13 to No11, ‘Sonic Unleashed’ (+87%) up from No33 to No12, the competitively priced ‘Quantum of Solace’ (+53%) up from No27 to No13 and ‘LittleBigPlanet’ up from No29 to No16 (sales up 58%, handing it No1 in the PS3 Chart ahead of CoD).
http://www.chart-track.co.uk/?i=612&s=1111
 

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Gamecocks625 said:
Wow at LittleBigPlanet.

Also, I'm just baffled that Pro Evo has dropped off the face of the earth in the UK. I guess FIFA is here to stay.
Good. How much longer will it take until Konami realise they have to create a new engine or at least stop 'upgrading' last gen assets.
 

gofreak

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Holy crap LittleBigPlanet!!

Yay!

Shows the difference some good TV marketing can do. I saw two LBP ads in one ad break last night, which is something I only saw of DS and Wii ads before.

Hopefully they keep marketing it going forward, it deserves it.
 

GarthVaderUK

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Looks like a mix of price cuts, advertising campaign, and good word of mouth has lifted LittleBigPlanet up quite a bit.

Lips on the way up too which is surprising.

Platform split:
Wii = 13
360 = 12
DS = 8
PS3 = 6
PC = 1
 

Sage00

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cjelly said:
Wow, £20 LBP 4 weeks after launch really worked.

In actual fact, all the games that had bumps have had major price drops at retail. There's a huge shock for everyone.
£20? Wait, what, where? o.o
 

Gadfly

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Tideas said:
to put a downer on the oncoming LBP news flux, i think the increase is due to the dramatic drop in price
Proof?
Edit: nvm. saw it confirmed by another poster
 

test_account

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Wow, that is a big jump for LBP :) Seems that the marketing campaign worked.


Tideas said:
to put a downer on the oncoming LBP news flux, i think the increase is due to the dramatic drop in price
Didnt it go down in price like 2-3 weeks ago or something? It didnt seem to reflect that much in the charts then. Or did it go even further down in price?
 

mr_bishiuk

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cjelly said:
Wow, £20 LBP 4 weeks after launch really worked.

In actual fact, all the games that had bumps have had major price drops at retail. There's a huge shock for everyone.
Well its 7th in the by value chart so must be there on merit, the ad campaign must have helped
 

gofreak

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That explains it.. :(
It's pretty full price most places I've looked. I've seen temporary deals in a couple of places, but I've seen the same for Fable 2, Fallout 3 and more.

It's down to the big increase in TV marketing the last couple of weeks, and hopefully word of mouth too I guess.
 

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So, after two weeks of no charting it is safe to say Prince of Persia bombed really hard. I hope they continue the series though, as they could really build of the idea they started in the reboot.
 

samratty

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gofreak said:
Holy crap LittleBigPlanet!!

Yay!

Shows the difference some good TV marketing can do. I saw two LBP ads in one ad break last night, which is something I only saw of DS and Wii ads before.

Hopefully they keep marketing it going forward, it deserves it.
The TV ad campaign must have helped yes, it's quite good set of ads too, but everywhere I've been it's been dropped to around the £20 - £25 mark, which obviously helps spur sales too. I would speculate that the price drop affected the sales more significant than the ads, but they both go hand in hand really.

Overall I'm just happy LBP is in the hands of more consumers, regardless of the ins and outs or sales.
 

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SupahBlah said:
Its a big jump but it can be found everywhere for below £20.
£30 is the absolute lowest I've seen at Amazon and Asda. Everywhere else (GAME, GameStation, HMV) are at £40.
 

Sage00

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Doc Evils said:
Every game the past few weeks has had drastic price cuts.

Prince of Persia is major bomba.
Seems Ubisoft games live and die by the quality of the commercial they produce for them.
 

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Every bundle my local GAME has for PS3 includes LBP, and Chart Track counts Bundled games too, so there's that also. Combine that with the massive price slash and yes, that explains it I should think. Good for MM though.
 

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I was part of that LBP figure! Can't argue with £19.99...

...even if I don't own the console yet. :lol
 

gofreak

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The TV ad campaign must have helped yes, it's quite good set of ads too, but everywhere I've been it's been dropped to around the £20 - £25 mark
I have seen temporary deals, but it doesn't tally with what I've seen on this side of the water (Ireland). It doesn't really tally with the 'by value' chart either.

The bigger TV advertising kicked in about three weeks ago. We saw a reasonably good bump the week before as that started (and there was some discounting and bundling going on in that week too), and a much bigger then last week.. I think that's mostly what it's down to.

I'd been hoping LBP would just even hold its position after the previous charts..wasn't expecting such a big bump at all.
 

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Netherlands:
week 50, 2008

01 (01) [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
02 (02) [PC] Grand Theft Auto IV (Take 2)
03 (03) [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo)
04 (05) [PS3] Call Of Duty/world At War (Activision Blizzard)
05 (06) [360] Call Of Duty/world At War (Activision Blizzard)
06 (__) [WII] Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games (Sega)
07 (__) [NDS] Brain Training (Nintendo)
08 (04) [PS3] Resistance 2 (Sony Computer Ent.)
09 (08) [PC] Call Of Duty/world At War (Activision Blizzard)
10 (09) [PS3] Need For Speed: Undercover (Electronic Arts)



France:
Early Top 5 - Week 49, 2008

01 (01) [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo)
02 (02) [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
03 (03) [WII] Wii Play (Nintendo)
04 (05) [WII] Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party (Ubisoft)
05 (04) [WII] Guitar Hero: World Tour Bundle (Activision Blizzard)
 

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Sage00 said:
£30 is the absolute lowest I've seen at Amazon and Asda. Everywhere else (GAME, GameStation, HMV) are at £40.
It's available for £19.99 now at ShopTo. Was available for £21 at Amazon last week
 

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John Dunbar said:
Wasn't Mario Kart Wii released in April in Europe? Those are some beautiful legs.

Yeah. I asked in the earlier thread what the best selling non-bundled software worldwide is, because I think Mario Kart could beat it.
 

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Sage00 said:
£30 is the absolute lowest I've seen at Amazon and Asda. Everywhere else (GAME, GameStation, HMV) are at £40.
I'm on the ps3 browser so can't reply properly, but both game and gs had it for 20 along with play, shopto, blockbuster and tesco.

I'm surprised pacific rift didn't chart I got that for 20.
 

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Psychotext said:
I was part of that LBP figure! Can't argue with £19.99...

...even if I don't own the console yet. :lol
Where is it £20? LBP is about £30 on Amazon.co.uk, about £39 at game.co.uk and about £40 at Play.com :\ It seems that there is free shipping at Play.com, unfortunately i dont know if there is free shipping at Amazon.co.uk and/or at Game.co.uk as well. For £20 i might pick up an extra copy so i have both the european and the american version (the game should be identical though, but i am thinking mostly for collection purposes :)).

EDIT: I see that someone have already answered. Was it just a 1 week (or a few days) promotion at around £20 or is it still possible to get it for that price?
 

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gofreak said:
It's pretty full price most places I've looked. I've seen temporary deals in a couple of places, but I've seen the same for Fable 2, Fallout 3 and more.

It's down to the big increase in TV marketing the last couple of weeks, and hopefully word of mouth too I guess.
Both Fable II and Fallout 3 had similar large jumps based on being discounted as well, so it's not unusual. Will indeed be interesting to see if the sales hold if/when it's not on special.
 
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Brilliant for LBP. Fully deserved. The advertising kicking in has worked really well it seems and got the name out there to people outside the hardcore gamer.

LBP for Xmas no.1 ;)
 

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SupahBlah said:
I'm on the ps3 browser so can't reply properly, but both game and gs had it for 20 along with play, shopto, blockbuster and tesco.

I'm surprised pacific rift didn't chart I got that for 20.
Prices have gone up this week. Play and Game are back to £39.99. From Amazon it is £29.99.
 

Dunlop

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Psychotext said:
I was part of that LBP figure! Can't argue with £19.99...

...even if I don't own the console yet. :lol
I picked up a PS3 for this game :p

Course the sytem itself cost me about $200(and 8 old 360 games) after I went nuts on an EBGames trade in deal a Bestbuy pricematch and a little entrepreneurship :D

The game is still full price over here in the Conlonies however and the sales reflect that : (
 

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Keyser Soze said:
So, after two weeks of no charting it is safe to say Prince of Persia bombed really hard. I hope they continue the series though, as they could really build of the idea they started in the reboot.

Prince of Persia is No. 20 in the All Formats chart, at least it sold better this week that some exclusive games like Animal Crossing and Resistance 2