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UK Charts: Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate For Nintendo Switch Arrives At Number 9

It is the start of a new week so it’s time to find out which video games performed the best at retail in the United Kingdom. Sadly, Crash continues to be dethroned and he has been pushed back to fourth this week as F1 2018 is still the best-selling video game. Monster Hunter fans will be pleased to see that Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch has launched in the top ten and is currently sitting in ninth place.

01 (01) F1 2018 (CODEMASTERS)
02 (NE) PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2019 (KONAMI)
03 (04) GRAND THEFT AUTO V (ROCKSTAR)
04 (03) CRASH BANDICOOT N.SANE TRILOGY (ACTIVISION)
05 (NE) YAKUZA KIWAMI 2 (SEGA)
06 (05) MARIO KART 8 DELUXE (NINTENDO)
07 (11) PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (MICROSOFT)
08 (06) GOD OF WAR (SONY COMPUTER ENT.)
09 (NE) MONSTER HUNTER GENERATIONS ULTIMATE (CAPCOM)
10 (10) FIFA 18 (EA SPORTS)

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5 comments

    1. I got used to World, still went back. As long as the fun, charm/humor, etc. is still there, it will always b something to go back to. Whether or not ur willing to go back b4 QoL changes were made, is another story.

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      1. I’ve been playing MHGU a lot, but there are a lot of people who can’t transcend back to the older gameplay. Many of my friends for example and check Twitter if you need verification that there are people like that out there. It is a major blow to the game; quite sure MHGU would sell better if not for World’s newer take on things.

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  1. It is at a very good position. Especially this being the UK. The UK has been strange this year. Great games in the top ten.

    F=Ma.

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