Here is our look at the top selling video games for each PEGI age rating for the week ending 21st February. We break down the top selling games into the five PEGI age ratings.
Another new release comes straight in at No1 for a second successive week – last week saw a No1 launch for 2K/Take 2’s ‘Evolve’ and this week it is Sony’s turn to debut at No1 with PS4 exclusive The Order: 1886 developed by Ready at Dawn Studios, known for PSP Daxter and PSP God of War titles.
Activision climb 1 place to No2 with ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ (+3%) and the aforementioned ‘Evolve’ drops from No1 to No3 (-66%).
Half-term boosts all versions of Minecraft, with Minecraft: Xbox Edition climbing one place to No7 (+31%) and Minecraft: Playstation Edition climbing 2 places to No9 (+27%). Nintendo’s big new 3DS entry last week, Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D drops from No2 to No8 (-70%) and Capcom’s 3DS Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate shows a similar pattern.Note: This grouping represents appropriateness of content rather than the ability or age required to enjoy the game. FIFA 15 (Electronic Arts)
FORZA HORIZON 2 (Microsoft)
RUGBY 15 (Big Ben)LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM (Warner) LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES (Warner) SKYLANDERS TRAP TEAM (Activision) THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: MAJORA'S MASK 3D (Nintendo) MONSTER HUNTER 4 ULTIMATE (Capcom) THE CREW (Ubisoft)
EVOLVE (2K Games)DESTINY (Activision)
WWE 2K15 (2K Sports)THE ORDER 1886 (Sony) CALL OF DUTY: ADVANCED WARFARE (Activision) FAR CRY 4 (Ubisoft)
The data is taken from the Ukie Games Charts ©, "TOP 40 ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE (Full Price)" compiled by GfK Chart-Track.