Here is our look at the top selling video games for each PEGI age rating for the week ending 28th February. We break down the top selling games into the five PEGI age ratings.
Warner Bros. Interactive secure their first No1 crown in just over a year with ‘Dying Light’ taking top spot in the PEGI 18+ category (and overall chart). This is the publisher’s first chart topping title since ‘The Lego Movie Videogame’. LittleBigPlanet 3 returns in our PEGI 7+ category and The Crew re-enters our PEGI 12+ chart.
Another debutant lands at No3 in the form of ‘Dragon Ball Xenoverse’. Impressive sales for the new release see it claim the best week 1 in the UK for a Dragon Ball title. PS4 exclusive ‘The Order: 1886’ is down to No4 in its second week. ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ and ‘FIFA 15’ are both non movers a but Ubisoft’s ‘Far Cry 4’ slips three places to No7.
The seemingly ever present ‘Minecraft: Xbox Edition’ & ‘Minecraft: PlayStation Edition’ round off the Top 10 at No9 & No10. A third debutant makes its mark in the Top 40 this week with ‘Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires’ landing at No21 for Xbox One and PS4.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)
DRIVE CLUB (Sony)LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM (Warner) LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES (Warner) LITTLEBIGPLANET 3 (Sony)
DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE (Bandai Namco)THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: MAJORA'S MASK 3D (Nintendo) THE CREW (Ubisoft)
EVOLVE (2K Games)DESTINY (Activision)
WWE 2K15 (2K Sports)
DYING LIGHT (Warner)CALL OF DUTY: ADVANCED WARFARE (Activision) THE ORDER 1886 (Sony)
The data is taken from the Ukie Games Charts ©, "TOP 40 ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE (Full Price)" compiled by GfK Chart-Track.