Video Game Charts by PEGI Age Rating – Week Ending Nov 25th
In contrast to a fortnight or so ago, now many of the big Christmas game releases are now available. That means little change in the charts as a few big titles dominant present wish list.
In fact, there’s only one new entry in the lists below, which take the top selling games from the UK, and arrange them by PEGI age rating, to help you pick games appropriate to your family. That single title is Knowledge is Power, and it appears to be squarely in the middle of what family games can be; it offers an energetic quiz show, and it can be played on the PlayStation 4, with teams using their smartphone instead of game controllers, as part of the new ‘PlayLink’ game series. That makes the game a little more accessible, and takes away the need to invest in extra gamepads, or pass one around.
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.
FIFA 18 (PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One)
Gran Turismo Sport (PlayStation 4)
Forza Motorsport 7 (Xbox One)
Super Mario Odyssey (Switch)
Knowledge is Power (PS4)
Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy (PS4)
Need for Speed: Payback (PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
The Sims 4 (PS4, Xbox One)
Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition (PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
Star Wars: Battlefront II (PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
PlayStation VR Worlds (PS4)
WWE 2K18 (PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
Call of Duty: WWII (PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
Assassin’s Creed Origins (PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
Wolfenstein III: The New Colossus (PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
Data is taken from the Ukie Games Charts ‘Top 40 Full-Price Entertainment SOFTWARE’ compiled by GfK Chart Track