Dead Island has clung on to top spot in UK All Formats Top 40 for the second week in a row, despite another week of mixed reviews. Techland's tropical paradise - I'm speaking for the undead here - fended off renewed competition from Resistance 3, which climbed a place from fourth to third, not quite able to topple Warhammer 40K: Space Marine from second spot.
Driver: San Francisco exchanges places with Insomniac's shooter, dropping gracefully from third to fourth, just above Deus Ex: Human Revolution which holds firm in fifth place for the second consecutive week. No change in sixth place, either, with the once conqueror of charts Zumba Fitness preventing the likes of Lego: Pirates of the Carribean and Rugby World Cup 2011 from climbing any further than seventh and eight respectively. Lego: Harry Potter Years 1-4 saw a dramatic surge in sales, climbing six places from fifteenth to ninth, and Cars 2 shot back into the top ten, leapfrogging Red Faction Armageddon.
All Format Top Ten (previous chart position in parenthesis)
- Dead Island (-)
- Warhammer 40k: Space Marine (-)
- Resistance 3 (+1)
- Driver: San Francisco (-1)
- Deus Ex: Human Revolution (-)
- Zumba Fitness (-)
- Lego: Pirates of the Carribean (+1)
- Rugby World Cup 2011 (-1)
- Lego: Harry Potter Years 1-4 (+6)
- Cars 2 (+1)