Video-Game Charts 31st January (by PEGI Age Group)

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Here is our look at the top selling video games for each PEGI age rating for the week ending 31st January. We break down the top selling games into the five PEGI age ratings.

This week it is Activision’s turn to re-claim No1 as ‘COD: Advanced Warefare’ surges 27% in units over last week..  Rockstar/Take 2’s 3 week consecutive spell at the top ends as ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ drops to No2 (-7%).

It does mean that these 2 titles are neck and neck right now when it comes to the number of weeks they have each had at No1 (seven) and the number of consecutive weeks (three).  EA’s ‘FIFA 15’ remains at No3 (-5%) and Deep Silver/Koch remain at No4 with last week’s new release ‘Saints Row IV Re-Elected / Gat Out of Hell’ (-38%).

The tail end of the retail promotion on ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ (-37%) sees the title only dropping 2 places from last week to No7.  The only other news this week is 505 Games’ ‘Terraria’ climbing 15 places to No13 (+77%) thanks to the launch of PS4 and Xbox One versions.

Note: This grouping represents appropriateness of content rather than the ability or age required to enjoy the game.


FIFA 15 (Electronic Arts)

RUGBY 15 (Big Ben)

FORZA HORIZON 2 (Microsoft)


LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM (Warner)

PLANTS VS ZOMBIES: GARDEN WARFARE (EA Games)

LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES (Warner)


THE CREW (Ubisoft)

SUPER SMASH BROS. (Nintendo)

THE SIMS 4 (EA)


DESTINY (Activision)

WWE 2K15 (2K Sports)

HALO: THE MASTER CHIEF COLLECTION (Microsoft)


CALL OF DUTY: ADVANCED WARFARE (Activision)

GRAND THEFT AUTO V (Rockstar)

SAINTS ROW IV RE-ELECTED/GAT OUT OF HELL (Deep Silver)


The data is taken from the Ukie Games Charts ©, “TOP 40 ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE (Full Price)” compiled by GfK Chart-Track.

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