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UK Charts: Super Mario Party Slips To 8th

The latest UK charts have arrived courtesy of Games Industry and it has been a busy week with the release of Red Dead Redemption 2. The game shot to number dethroning the latest Call of Duty title. Nintendo’s Super Mario Party for the Nintendo Switch remains in the top ten this week but slipped from seventh place to eighth. Here are the best-selling video games in the United Kingdom:

Last Week This Week Title
New Entry 1 Red Dead Redemption 2
1 2 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2 3 FIFA 19
5 4 Forza Horizon 4
3 5 Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
4 6 Spider-Man
6 7 LEGO DC Super-Villains
7 8 Super Mario Party
10 9 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
9 10 Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy


5 thoughts on “UK Charts: Super Mario Party Slips To 8th”

    1. If it’s online mode takes off like GTA5 did, it will most likely be on the sales charts for a very long time as GTA5 released years ago and it’s still in the sales charts. Sadly, like GTA5, the single player is probably gonna last for only a few weeks because the online mode will get all DLC going forward after 3-6 months. Basically single player is going to suffer greatly if the online takes off.

  1. It’s pretty rare for me to pick up a story DLC and even rarer that I find it adds much value to the game. Mostly that’s because I have a hard time picking up a single player game after I’ve stopped, so I can only ever play one game at a time. I can’t restart in the middle. So if there’s single player DLC, it has to be for a game that I really love and that I don’t mind replaying entirely, because I’m going to have to start at the beginning. Maybe I’m the only crazy one though.

    Now a game like Splatoon, that DLC was fine. But something like Spiderman or RDR, I dunno. I still haven’t even played the BotW DLC.

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