Video Game Charts by PEGI Age Rating – Week Ending March 10th
This week our round-up of charts comes a little later than usual, thanks to delays at the level where retailers provide sales data on which the charts are based. Finally, though, the numbers are in, so we can bring you our regular run down of the best selling games within each age rating category.
Our special version of the charts is conceived to help you choose some of the best games for your family. We build the lists below by going through the latest official charts – which cover the previous week of game sales here in the UK. We’ve grouped together the biggest selling games from the charts by their PEGI age rating category. That means you have a quick read guide to the most popular games in each age group, making it easier for you to find which releases might best suit your family.
It’s worth noting that the ratings below denote content that is appropriate in theme and tone. They don’t always indicate the ability or age required to necessarily get the most from the game. A three-years-plus rated football management game, for example, won’t contain content that would be disturbing for a four-year old, but it may be too complex for a youngster of that age.
TT Isle Of Man: Ride on the Edge (PS4, Xbox One)*
FIFA 18 (PS4, Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One)
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Switch)
Super Mario Odyssey (Switch)
Lego Worlds (PS4, Switch, Xbox One)
Crash Bandicoot: N.sane Trilogy (PS4)
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Switch, Wii U)
Shadow of the Colossus (PS4)
The Sims 4 (PS4, Xbox One)
Bravo Team (PS4)*
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (Xbox One)
Monster Hunter: World (PS4, Xbox One)
Grand Theft Auto V (PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One)
Call of Duty: WWII (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Siege (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
* NEW ENTRY
Data is taken from the Ukie Games Charts ‘Top 40 Full-Price Entertainment SOFTWARE’ compiled by GfK Chart Track