In fact revenue was up 4.2% this March compared to last year's, jumping from £67.7m to £70.6m. Tomb Raider was the lead runner selling more than double of BioShock Infinite.
In third position was Gears of War: Judgment, followed by FIFA 13 and then SimCity. There were notable sale declines during January and February for UK retailers.
Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider launched March 5th whereas Irrational Games' BioShock Infinite debuted March 26th, which goes to show it sold an awful lot to get second place in the chart for March.
UK's boxed sales in March aided by Tomb Raider and BioShock Infinite
12 April 2013 | By Simon Priest