Archive for October, 2019

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare tops the British gaming charts

Monday, October 28th, 2019

It might not come as a surprise, but Call of Duty: Modern Warfare dominated the Brittish charts last week, and actually sold 39% more than Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 did last year (this is only physical copies), according to Games Industry. The sales did, however, not meet those of Call of Duty: WWII from 2017, even if it should be noted that digital sales are way higher today.

Despite fairly low grades (our review is brewing right now) and criticism on social media for a plethora of bugs, WWE 2K20 debuted right behind FIFA 20. It was followed by The Outer Worlds, and Games Industry notes that many probably expected a better position from this game, but reminds that it has very high digital downloads as it is a part of Xbox Game Pass. A prime example of this is the fact that the game has 78% of the physical sales on PS4 and only 22% on Xbox One.

Finally, Games Industry notes that MediEval also did fairly well considering that it generally got average scores and that both Ring Fit Adventure and Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville are continuing to sell well during their second week on the market.

1. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
2. FIFA 20
3. WWE 2K20
4. The Outer Worlds
5. MediEvil
6. Mario Kart 8: Deluxe
7. Ring Fit Adventure
8. Ghost Recon: Breakpoint
9. Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville
10. Minecraft (Switch Edition)

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Tones and I keeps dancing at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart

Friday, October 25th, 2019

Tones and I’s Dance Monkey extends its reign at Number 1 on the Official UK Singles Chart with another week of impressive sales and streams.

The track claims a fourth week at the top notching up 81,000 chart sales over the past seven days, including 9 million streams. Dance Monkey outperformed its closest competitor, Regard’s Ride It, by almost double.

Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran’s South of the Border continues to head north on the chart, up three places to Number 4, while Lewis Capaldi’s Bruises lifts three places to a new peak at Number 6.

Two songs enter the Top 10 for the first time: Aitch’s Buss Down ft. ZieZie climbs three spots to 8, and Maroon 5’s Memories leaps nine rungs to 10, earning the US band their eleventh UK Top 10 single.

Production trio Meduza make this week’s biggest climb within the Top 40; new single Lose Control ft. Becky Hill and Goodboys is up 18 places to Number 15. Lizzo’s Good As Hell also breaks into the Top 20 for the first time, up four places to Number 18. A new mix of the song featuring Ariana Grande was released today and will impact next week’s chart.

Further down, there’s a climb for Halsey’s Graveyard, up seven spots to 29; Hot Girl Bummer by Blackbear soars 11 places to make its Top 40 debut at 30; Jax Jones earns his tenth UK Top 40 single as This Is Real ft. Ella Henderson vaults 21 rungs to 33; and The Script’s The Last Time lift eight places to 40 – the band’s eleventh Top 40 single.

View this week’s Official Singles Chart Top 100

FIFA 20 holds off The Witcher 3 on Nintendo Switch

Monday, October 21st, 2019

As reported by, FIFA 20 is still at the top of the UK physical game charts for another week, despite big releases like the arrival of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on Nintendo Switch.

The Switcher actually made it to number four, with 96% of the copies being on Nintendo’s console, pushing the 999% increase of sales week-on-week. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe also sits at number two, with Ring Fit Adventure, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, and the Switch version of Minecraft also showing their face in the top 10.

Blizzard’s Overwatch sat at number 11, however, having just released its Switch version. Speaking of which, FIFA’s Switch version made up 5% of its sales.

For the full top 10 check down below. What can topple FIFA?

1. FIFA 20 / EA Sports
2. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe / Nintendo
3. Ghost Recon: Breakpoint / Ubisoft
4. The Witcher III: Wild Hunt GOTY Edition / CD Projekt Red
5. Ring Fit Adventure / Nintendo
6. Minecraft: Switch Edition / Mojang
7. Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville / EA
8. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening / Nintendo
9. Grand Theft Auto V / Rockstar
10. Borderlands 3 / 2K Games

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Dance Monkey sees off Travis Scott to claim second week at Number 1

Friday, October 11th, 2019

Tones and I’s Dance Monkey extends its reign at Number 1 on this week’s Official Singles Chart, holding off a fierce challenge from Travis Scott’s Highest in the Room.

Dance Monkey notched up over 70,700 chart sales this week, including 7.34 million streams, to claim a second week at the summit.

Travis’s Highest in the Room, a new entry at Number 2, becomes his second Top 10 and his highest ever chart peak in the UK.

Dermot Kennedy, who tops this week’s Official Albums Chart, scores his first UK Top 10, as Outnumbered advances six slots to a new peak of Number 8; Jorja Smith lands her highest charting single as Be Honest, feat. Burna Boy, rises four places to 11; and Sam Feldt’s Post Malone, feat. Rani, rebounds four to a new peak of 13.

Justin Bieber’s collaboration with country duo Dan & Shay, 10,000 Hours, starts at 19; Buss Down, from Aitch feat Ziezie climbs five to break the Top 20 at 20; while Ed Sheeran, Camila Cabello, and Cardi B’s team-up on South of the Border is up sixteen places to 24.

After a near-miss earlier in the year, Summer Walker lands her first UK Top 40 hit with Playing Games, which rockets 68 slots to 25; Camila Cabello pops up again, this time rising eight to 29 with Liar; Riton & Oliver Heldens also advance eight with Turn Me On feat Vula, to 29; and Halsey scores an eighth Top 40 with Graveyard, up eleven to 38.

View this week’s Official Singles Chart Top 100

FIFA 20 still tops the videogaming charts

Monday, October 7th, 2019

EA Sports’ FIFA 20 has taken the top spot on the UK physical charts once again, meaning that – even with a sales decline of 66% – it’s held off competition from Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, storming into second place, as reported by

Borderlands 3 is at three, having its own 43% decrease in sales compared to last week, and Gears 5’s sales are down 1%, putting it at number four. Another game with a big decline is The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, sitting at five.

Ghostbusters: Remastered is here at six, coming back a decade after the original game, and for the full top 10 you can check below.

What game can shift FIFA 20?

1. FIFA 20 / EA Sports
2. Ghost Recon: Breakpoint / Ubisoft
3. Borderlands 3 / 2K
4. Gears 5 / Microsoft
5. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening / Nintendo
6. Ghostbusters / Koch Media
7. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe / Nintendo
8. Sea of Thieves / Microsoft
9. Minecraft: Xbox Edition / Microsoft
10. Forza Horizon 3 / Microsoft.

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Dance Monkey claims Number 1 on the UK’s Official Singles Chart

Friday, October 4th, 2019

Tones and I’s Dance Monkey takes this week’s top spot on the Official UK Singles Chart, marking the end of a nine-week climb up the Top 100.

The Australian singer-songwriter’s breakthrough track first entered the singles chart at Number 82 in August and this week’s leaps six places to Number 1 with over 50,000 chart sales, including 5.1 million streams.

On learning the news, Tones and I told “Thank you so much UK for your support on this track, I can’t wait to come over soon and celebrate with you all.”

In her native Australia, Tones and I – real name Toni Watson – is enjoying a ninth consecutive week at Number 1. Last week Dance Monkey broke the country’s record for most weeks at the summit by an Australian female solo artist, sweeping aside a 32-year-old record set by Kylie Minogue’s Locomotion.

In the UK, Dance Monkey is the first Number 1 by an Australian artist in five years, since Iggy Azalea’s Problem with Ariana Grande.

Dance Monkey holds off competition from Regard’s Ride It, which jumps three places to a new peak at Number 2. The song has outperformed the 2008 original by Jay Sean, which topped out at Number 11 in 2008.

Lewis Capaldi’s Bruises – the latest spinoff from his chart-topping debut album – zooms 71 places to Number 11, boosted by the release of a new remixes EP including a live orchestral version.

D-Block Europe scores this week’s highest new entry with Playing For Keeps ft. Dave going straight in at 21, earning the South London group their fifth Top 40 single.

Further down, Buss Down by rising star Aitch rebounds ten places to 25 following the release of the track’s music video, and DJ/producers Riton & Oliver Heldens make their Top 40 debut together with Turn Me On, vaulting 21 spots to Number 37. The climb means Riton claims his second and Oliver his third UK Top 40 hit.

Finally, Ed Sheeran lands his 41st UK Top 40 hit as South of The Border ft. Camila Cabello and Cardi B enters at Number 40.

View this week’s Official Singles Chart Top 100