The Sims 2 Nightlife, the second expansion pack that was released for the Sims 2 last week, has been doing very well last week. Followed by Burnout Legends for the PSP and Fahrenheit on the PC, the expansion pack has entered at the number one spot of all entertainment software titles, in all price ranges. Naturally this also means the pack is topping the PC Game chart in the full price titles. The Sims 2 itself is still doing well too, and now in the charts for 53 weeks down from place 3 to place 5 in the Full Price PC Games chart. University, the first expansion pack, has moved up one place from 8 to 7 in the same chart. More Sims titles appear in other charts too. On the DS the Urbz has gone up from 10 to 9, while it's appeared in the charts for 28 weeks. Finally, the original Sims game for the PC has gone down from slot 3 to 8 in the Budget PC Games chart, where it's been for 15 weeks in total. All these charts were made up for last week, ending in 17 September. See the charts
if you want to know what titles are doing better and worse in the UK. Also, GamesIndustry
has posted an article
about these charts.
Written at 02:09 on Friday, 23 September 2005 by ChEeTaH