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UK charts: Call of Duty is the Christmas No.1 this year

The Christmas video game charts are now here direct from the United Kingdom and it’s Activision’s Call of Duty which has scored the No.1 this year. It’s not doom and gloom for Nintendo though, as they currently have four titles in the top ten, which beats any other publisher this Christmas. Here’s the UKIE/GfK Top Ten for the week ending 21st December 2019.

Last WeekThis WeekTitle
11Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 
32FIFA 20
23Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
44Mario Kart 8: Deluxe
55Luigi’s Mansion 3
66Pokémon Sword
77Just Dance 2020
88Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo Olympic Games
139Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy
1710Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled

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6 comments

    1. Hmmmmm maybe because they make games immediately and dont wait 7 to 10 years to make a sequel? And obviously they are not rushing it or it would had never been No
      1. I wish Nintendo would take note on the importance of making sequels immediately. That’s the price of a video game developer that doesnt waste time after their game is finished. They immediately get to the next sequel.
      How is Pikmin 4 by the way?

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  1. Hmmmmm maybe because they make games immediately and dont wait 7 to 10 years to make a sequel? And obviously they are not rushing it or it would had never been No
    1. I wish Nintendo would take note on the importance of making sequels immediately. That’s the price of a video game developer that doesnt waste time after their game is finished. They immediately get to the next sequel.
    How is Pikmin 4 by the way?

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