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Charts: Persona 5 tops the UK retail charts

It's the frst JRPG to take number one in four years.

The excellent Persona 5 became the first JRPG in more than four years (after Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch in February 2013) to reach the top spot in the UK retail charts this week, while the top seller of the last two weeks, Mass Effect: Andromeda, tumbled down to fifth (-53% in sales), in what is likely another tightly contested chart. The re-release of Lego City Undercover managed to score eighth position on the all formats chart, but was only ranked second in the battle of Lego games, with Lego Worlds in third.

Persona 5

Other new releases this week included Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition (23rd) and Yo-Kai Watch 2 (splits SKUs meant only Bony Spirits in 36th was ranked). Below you can see the charts in full:

All Formats:

1. Persona 5 / Deep Silver (new)
2. Ghost Recon: Wildlands / Ubisoft
3. Lego Worlds / Warner Bros.
4. Grand Theft Auto V / Rockstar
5. Mass Effect: Andromeda / EA Games
6. FIFA 17 / EA Sports
7. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild / Nintendo
8. Lego City Undercover / Warner Bros. (new)
9. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare / Activision
10. Overwatch / Blizzard

Individual Formats (units):

1. Persona 5 / PS4 (new)
2. Ghost Recon: Wildlands / PS4
3. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild / Switch
4. Ghost Recon: Wildlands / Xbox One
5. Horizon: Zero Dawn / PS4
6. Grand Theft Auto V / PS4
7. Mass Effect: Andromeda / PS4
8. Lego Worlds / Xbox One
9. Lego Worlds / PS4
10. Mass Effect: Andromeda / Xbox One

Were you expecting Persona 5 to top the charts?

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"The narrative is courageous, the characters complex, the battle system refined, and it's all wrapped up in one of the most stylish games we've ever had the pleasure of getting lost in."



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