LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game Summary
A chip off the old block, for better and for worse...
A few days ago, GameStop revealed that a new DLC pack, "Lost Archive", was being released for Assassin's Creed: Revelations on the 28th February. The Major Nelson blog has confirmed that UbiSoft's unannounced downloadable content will be coming to Marketplace on that date.
Major Nelson also revealed that a FIFA Street demo will be hitting on the 28th as well.
Bethesda and id Software's apoco-shooter Rage has been kept away from the UK all format chart crown by EA Sports' FIFA 12, which stays numero uno.
Meanwhile last week's other new entries, Dark Souls and NBA 2K12, came 3rd and 12th respectively. Gears of War 3 came 4th, and racer F1 2011 5th.
Square Enix and Eidos Montreal's Deus Ex: Human Revolution has surgically augmented itself into the British gamers' heart, tossing out Zumba Fitness.
Rugby World Cup 2011 entered 3rd, just behind Zumba. LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean fell 4th, while Call of Duty: Black Ops busted through 5th, up from 18th.
Do I really need mention Zumba? Didn't think so. LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean is having a jolly roger of a time 2nd place, keeping its spot for another week.
Disney's Cars 2 also remains 3rd while Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D has rocketed to 4th place from 13th. New Wii entry Xenoblade Chronicles enters the chart 7th.
Enjoying its 9th consecutive week at the top is 505 Games' Zumba Fitness in the UK chart, which isn't all that difficult when it's a week without new stuff.
LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean crept up 2nd from 5th, while Disney's Cars 2 kept hold of 3rd. DiRT 3 slipped 4th and FIFA 11 dribbled up a slot to 5th.