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Sleeping Dogs retakes UK chart lead, The Sims 3: Supernatural howls 2nd

Sleeping Dogs retakes UK chart lead, The Sims 3: Supernatural howls 2nd

Square Enix's Sleeping Dogs wakes up long enough to clamber atop the UK all format chart once again as ArenaNet's MMO Guild Wars 2 slinks down 6th. The Sims 3: Supernatural enters 2nd.

3rd is reserved for New Super Mario Bros. 2 for another week, while London 2012 and LEGO Batman 2 keep 4th and 5th respectively. Darksiders II comes 9th and COD: Modern Warfare 3 10th.

Sleeping Dogs marks its territory atop UK chart, 6th best seller of 2012

Sleeping Dogs marks its territory atop UK chart, 6th best seller of 2012

United Front Games' Sleeping Dogs has debuted number one in the UK, wrestling the Gold medal from SEGA's London 2012. It has also become the 6th first week best seller of the year.

Taking the Silver was Nintendo's New Super Mario Bros. 2 as London 2012 was left to pick up Bronze. 4th was LEGO Batman 2 followed by Mario & Sonic London 2012.

SEGA's London 2012 earns third Gold atop UK all format chart

SEGA's London 2012 earns third Gold atop UK all format chart

For the third week SEGA's London 2012: The Official Video Game has kept its medal winning feet standing atop the highest point of the all format podium, with LEGO Batman 2 earning silver.

It's bronze again too for Mario & Sonic London 2012, and runner-up 4th for Batman: Arkham City. The Amazing Spider-Man webslinged 5th from 7th, with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 6th.

London 2012 retains gold medal position in UK chart

London 2012 retains gold medal position in UK chart

London 2012: The Official Video Game has held onto gold for a second week, batting off the likes of LEGO Batman with ease.

London 2012 climbs to UK number one, LEGO Batman 2 runner-up

London 2012 climbs to UK number one, LEGO Batman 2 runner-up

The London 2012 Olympics video game has finally achieved gold thanks to the start of the actual Olympic games in London. This has left LEGO Batman 2 valiantly holding on 2nd.

Mario & Sonic London 2012 has also risen in the charts coming 3rd, as Ubisoft's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is nudged 4th. UK gamers have finally caught some Olympic fever it seems.

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