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FIFA 14 tops UK All Format Gaming Chart for fifth consecutive week

FIFA 14 has topped the UK All Format Gaming Chart for the fifth consecutive week.

The EA Sports title has now accrued a total of eight weeks as the UK’s number one all format title, marking it the best achieving title since Zumba Fitness topped the chart for 10 weeks in 2011.

It’s been a relatively quiet week for game launches, so the top ten has been relatively unchanged from last week.

Call of Duty: Ghosts sticks at number two despite a 39 per cent drop in sales, followed by Battlefield 4 at number three and Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag at number four.

All three of these blockbuster titles are non-movers for this week, despite weakening sales.

At number five for the week ending January 18 is Lego Marvel Super Heroes, climbing a place from sixth.

Killzone 4: Shadow Fall also rose this week from eight to sixth, following the slowing sales of its rival titles.

Need for Speed: Rivals is still at number seven, followed by Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition, which rose a place to number eight.

GTA 5 dropped to ninth place this week from fifth, as sales dropped 56 per cent. Aliens: Colonial Marines rounds of the top ten this week, maintaining its spot in number 10.

The only new entry into the UK All Format Gaming Chart this week was Mario Party: Island Tour. The Nintendo 3DS title managed to enter the charts at number 18.

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