Top Selling Games by PEGI Rating (Week Ending 24th Nov)

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Here is our look at the top selling video games for each PEGI age rating for the week ending 24th November 2012. We break down the top selling games into the five PEGI age ratings.

PEGI 3 sees the new Moshi Monsters 3DS/DS game enter at number three. The PEGI 7 chart’s top two spots are unchanged with Wonderbook: Book of Spells making an entry at number three. PEGI 12 has Lego Lord of the Rings at number one with a re-entry for Rocksmith at number three. PEGI 16 charts remains unchanged for the second week running. Hitman Absolution enters the PEGI 18 chart at number two this week.

This grouping represents appropriateness of content rather than the ability or age required to enjoy the game. The Family Gamer TV Awards offer a list of games grouped by player ability in each of these PEGI age groups.


FIFA 13 (Electronic Arts)

JUST DANCE 4 (Ubisoft)

MOSHI MONSTERS: MOSHLINGS THEME PARK (Mind Candy)


SKYLANDERS GIANTS (Activision Blizzard)

NEED FOR SPEED MOST WANTED (Electronic Arts)

BOOK OF SPELLS (Sony Comp Ent.)


LEGO THE LORD OF THE RINGS (Warner Bros. Interactive)

FORZA HORIZON (Microsoft)

ROCKSMITH (Ubisoft)


HALO 4 (Microsoft)

WWE ’13 (THQ)

MEDAL OF HONOR: WARFIGHTER (Electronic Arts)


CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS II (Activision Blizzard)

HITMAN ABSOLUTION (Square Enix Europe)

ASSASSIN’S CREED III (Ubisoft)


The data is taken from the Ukie Games Charts ©, compiled by GfK Chart-Track. BBFC games included as indicated.

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  • Felix
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    Wow, while I have personal knlgdeowe of most of those games (except Rocksmith, Skylanders, and Disney) I have to imagine somewhere in my list I would have placed Portal 2 and Batman Arkham City. Perhaps even Bulletstorm which I adored. I really enjoyed Assassin’s Creed: Revolutions, but I didn’t think it was as good as AC:Brotherhood, I just hated the AC:R den defense minigame I think AC:B is the shining star of the series. Also, I only know Child of Eden as a downloadable, but admittedly it was a disc game first. Also, while Child of Eden is a rich experience, I’m not quite sure, given it’s brevity and some other factors, that it belongs in there (personally). Finally, is Disney really good enough to deserve a place with these heavy hitters when Portal 2 and Batman:AC are missing?

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