The UK's best-selling games of 2014 have been revealed, and the top 10 is dominated by big-budget franchises.
FIFA 15 came top, selling a sterling 2.66 million copies. This was followed by Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (1.84m) and Grand Theft Auto V, MCV reports. First-person shooter Destiny came fourth, Watch Dogs fifth and Minecraft: Xbox Edition sixth.
FIFA 14 took seventh place, Far Cry 4 eighth and Call of Duty: Ghosts ninth. Assassin's Creed: Unity rounded out the top 10.
LEGO's endless spinoffs did well too, with The LEGO Movie Videogame charting 14th, LEGO marvel Super Heroes coming 16th and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham coming 18th. LEGO The Hobbit was 39th, LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes 64th, LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga 75th, LEGO The Lord of the Rings 86th and LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean 100th. Should make up for The LEGO Movie's Oscar snub.
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The best-selling games in the US were also revealed, The Guardian reports, with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare topping the list. This was followed by Madden NFL 15, Destiny and Grand Theft Auto V.
These lists only count physical copies, so they ignore the burgeoning market for digital downloads.
PC gamers will have to wait to get their fix of Grand Theft Auto V, as Rockstar announced the game has been delayed until March 24. It was originally slated to be released on January 27. It's going to be a tough couple of months...