UK Chart: Medal of Honor storms past FIFA to top
Despite--or perhaps helped by--calls so that it is banned from British Defence Secretary Liam Fox, as well as a critical reception which was not quite as favourable as EA had hoped, sales for FIFA 19 Coins for sale Medal of Honor are most often doing well. The present-day military shooter has go ahead and take top spot inside the UK chart in their first week for sale, while using Xbox 360 versions at the forefront with over 50 % of copies sold. FIFA falls looking at the perch in the top in the chart to finish an EA one-two, keeping its nose looking at Just Dance 2, the Wii-exclusive dance game from Ubisoft.
Nintendo's Wii Party climbed from 10 to four, while a couple weeks ago's number 2--Pro Evolution Soccer 2011--fell three places to 5, together with the PS3 version outselling the Xbox 360 variant almost two-to-one. Codemasters' F1 2010 slipped an additional two places to, while Dead Rising 2's three-week residence in the number three spot was interrupted because it fell four places to seven. Halo: Reach slipped right down to eight rolling around in its fifth week around the chart.
Namco Bandai secured the week's final new entry in the top 10 with Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, which snuck in at number nine. Completing the chart was Konami's Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, which slipped to 10 after debuting at six the other day.
Further around the chart, Borderlands reentered at 35 having its Game on the Year Edition, which comes bundled with all in the shooter-cum-RPG's downloadable content and early use of the beta from the highly anticipated and exceptionally long-awaited Duke Nukem Forever, with all the Xbox 360 version outselling the PS3 alternative by greater than two-to-one. Now more ways to buy bargain FIFA 19 Coins, as an example, visit https://www.mmoah.com/fifa-coins