Sony are at No1 in the All Formats Chart again this week with a PS4 exclusive, but it’s not ‘Wipeout: Omega Collection’, which drops from top spot to No5. The continued price promotion of ‘Horizon: Zero Dawn’ boosts it from No4 to No1.
Sony’s ‘Wipeout: Omega Collection’ debuts at No1 on the Entertainment Software All Prices (Units). Incredibly, for a Playstation classic franchise that launched in the same week as PS1 (wk39-1995) none of the previous versions of this game ever debuted at No1.
Bandai Namco debut at No1 on the Entertainment Software All Prices Top 40 (Units) with ‘Tekken 7’ (across PS4/Xbox One/PC), a first Tekken series No1 debut since ‘Tekken 3’ on PS1 back in week 37, 1998.
Bethesda’s ‘Prey’ snatches the No1 position for the All Formats Chart in its second week from Nintendo’s Switch ‘Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’, as it drops to No3. It is the first time since W46 2015 that Bethesda has hit No1 in the All Formats Chart with ‘Fallout 4’, which incidentally re-enters the charts at No40.
The latest UK Gaming Charts have been released by UKIE:
FATED: The Silent Oath is an immersive Norse themed first person adventure for VR devices which I had the pleasure of playing on PSVR. Unlike the majority of the other PSVR games I’ve tried, FATED doesn’t rely on jump scares or precision controls, instead relying on its writing to create a short but captivating story that draws you in from start to finish.