Tag Archives: video game charts

New Madden NFL Game Huddles In

By | 15/08/2018

Not a very exciting week as it’s mostly a week of non-movers and few new releases as there are steady sales for most AAA titles across PlayStation 4 and Xbox One charts, as well as three new titles for each console making an appearance; with two being well-known indie titles. Plus this week’s big release… Read More »

The Incredibles LEGO Game Just Can’t Save the Day

By | 18/07/2018

This week’s video game charts breakdown sees The Sims 4 and God of War return to their top spots this week while Crash Bandicoot stays for Xbox One and there’s a new number one for Nintendo Switch as highly anticipated Nintendo Switch game Octopath Traveler is finally released. Meanwhile, Jurassic World: Evolution is pushed down… Read More »

Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown – Jurassic World Evolution Game Sets It’s Raptors Loose

By | 11/07/2018

Life finds a way on to the console charts as Frontier Developments’ Jurassic World Evolution game sets it’s Raptors loose, Crash Bandicoot holds excellent positions across the board and The Sims are still enjoying their time in the sun with The Sims 4: Seasons and other Sims 4 expansions still doing very nicely for Electronic… Read More »

Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown – The Charts Go “N. Sane” for New Crash Bandicoot

By | 04/07/2018

An old favourite storms across the top ten of each platform as the charts go “N. Sane” for new Crash Bandicoot which is shaking things up across the board, causing the much anticipated sequel The Crew 2 to just miss out on the top spot of the Xbox One charts, while The Sims 4: Seasons… Read More »

Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown – Sims 4: Seasons Storms in at Top Spot

By | 29/06/2018

Not much happening with today’s video game charts weekly breakdown on the console front as last week’s number one AAA titles hold their positions with no new entries, while over on Nintendo Switch and PC ther’s plenty of action with three new games for Switch including Mario Tennis Aces. The PC charts promises good news… Read More »

Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown – Nintendo Self Published Games Hold 80%

By | 21/06/2018

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One video game charts see a shuffle following the exit of Vampyr this week with some ups and downs but FIFA 18 refuses to budge across the board, while Nintendo Switch is yet again dominated by Nintendo titles including Mario Kart 8 Deluxe which sees a fourth week in a row… Read More »

Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown – Vampyr Stalks the Video Game Charts

By | 15/06/2018

ChartX Games Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown A new entry comes in strong and hard across console and PC video game charts this week while previous number one titles God of War and FIFA 18 return to reclaim past glory while the Nintendo Switch and PC video game charts retain their top four games from… Read More »

Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown – Retro Revivals Smash Their Way In

By | 07/06/2018

ChartX Games Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown Retro classics Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary and Sega Mega Drive Classics perform well across the board while consoles retain their number one titles. Nintendo still has 80% of the Switch video game charts and The Sims 4 is back at number one for the PC. You can view… Read More »

Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown – Self-Published #1 from Microsoft and Sony

By | 31/05/2018

ChartX Games Video Game Charts Breakdown Similar video game charts displays from the Xbox One and PS4 with unique new number one AAA titles. Overwatch: GOTY seems to have infiltrated console and PC video game charts and more good news for Bethesda with the release of The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset while another Wii-U remaster… Read More »

Video Game Charts Weekly Breakdown – PS4 and Xbox One Charts Eerily Similar

By | 24/05/2018

ChartX Games Video Game Charts Breakdown The Sims 4 appears to have gotten its second wind as it continues to climb backup the PC video game charts while Bethesda has three top ten AAA titles. The two console charts this week are almost eerily identical and nine out the top ten video games for Nintendo… Read More »