UK - Wii Sports Resort Debuts at Number One

7/27/09

Following the premiere of the Wii MotionPlus controller this summer, Nintendo’s Wii Sports Resort, which fully utilizes the technology, has taken first place on the UK software sales chart.

EA remains strong with Harry Potter in second (sales down 4%), and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 in third (sales down 3%).

Wii franchises have sold well; Wii Fit is at number four with just a 3% increase in sales. Fight Night Round 4 saw its sales decline 24%, dropping it to 6th place.

Other Wii titles that utilize MotionPlus technology could see an increase in sales in the near future, including Virtua Tennis 2009 in 13th place, and Grand Slam Tennis in 25th.

Rank – Title – Publisher

1. Wii Sports Resort – Nintendo
2. Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince – EA
3. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 – EA
4. Wii Fit – Nintendo
5. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen – Activision Blizzard
6. Fight Night Round 4 – EA
7. Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood – Ubisoft
8. The Sims 3 – EA
9. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare – Activision Blizzard
10. EA Sports Active – EA

11. Mario Kart Wii – Nintendo
12. UFC 2009: Undisputed – THQ
13. Virtua Tennis 2009 – Sega
14. FIFA 09 – EA
15. Professor Layton and the Curious Village – Nintendo
16. Call of Duty: World at War – Activision Blizzard
17. Wii Play – Nintendo
18. [Prototype] – Activision Blizzard
19. Pokémon Platinum – Nintendo
20. Guitar Hero: World Tour – Activision Blizzard

21. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games – Sega
22. Race Driver: Grid – Codemasters
23. Rhythm Paradise – Nintendo
24. Carnival: Funfair Games – Take 2
25. Grand Slam Tennis – EA
26. Infamous – Sony
27. Mario Kart DS – Nintendo
28. Red Faction: Guerrilla – THQ
29. Transformers: Revenge – Autobots – Activision Blizzard
30. Sega Superstars Tennis – Sega

31. Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force – Disney
32. Ghostbusters: The Video Game – Sony
33. Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite – Capcom
34. Grand Theft Auto IV – Take 2
35. My Fitness Coach: Get In Shape – Ubisoft
36. Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs – Activision Blizzard
37. Football Manager 2009 – Sega
38. Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training – Nintendo
39. Mystery Stories – GSP/Avanquest
40. New Super Mario Bros. - Nintendo

7/27/09

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JB said...

EA is doing incredibly well in the UK right now, isn't it?

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