UK Video Game Chart: BioShock Infinite takes No.1 with record launch

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Posted 10:26am on Tue 2 April 2013
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UK Video Game Chart: BioShock Infinite takes No.1 with record launch
The second biggest launch of 2013 and the biggest opening week for a BioShock title.

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Posted 10:26am on Tue 2 April 2013
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Well this one had guns and tits on the cover so that explains it.
Posted 10:29am on Tue 2 April 2013
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Defiance was the #1 seller on Steam at one point last night, now it's 2nd behind Bioshock Infinite which has been discounted.
Posted 11:00am on Tue 2 April 2013
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Good to see Luigi's mansion making it to the top 5, especially going up against Bioshock infinite releasing on the same day. That's a pretty good spot considering the 30 million plus user base it has available to it, compared to the 150 million+ Bioshock infinite has to it (I don't have uk console sales figures at hand), even when not counting PC.

12th for Lego city isn't as good but it will at least help push financials for the console it's on this month.
Posted 11:54am on Tue 2 April 2013
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Does it? One gun and no tits on my cover, I've been short-changed.
Posted 11:58am on Tue 2 April 2013
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Good to see Luigi's mansion making it to the top 5, especially going up against Bioshock infinite releasing on the same day. That's a pretty good spot considering the 30 million plus user base it has available to it, compared to the 150 million+ Bioshock infinite has to it (I don't have uk console sales figures at hand), even when not counting PC.

12th for Lego city isn't as good but it will at least help push financials for the console it's on this month.

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Finding Lego City to buy in a shop is hard enough, but then when you do and see it priced at £42-45? No sale.

Who are these people STILL buying FIFA 13 and BlOps 2?
Posted 12:01pm on Tue 2 April 2013
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Does it? One gun and no tits on my cover, I've been short-changed.

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Posted 12:21pm on Tue 2 April 2013
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Finding Lego City to buy in a shop is hard enough, but then when you do and see it priced at £42-45? No sale.

Who are these people STILL buying FIFA 13 and BlOps 2?

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I managed to get a copy from game online in a deal, which has expired now for £36. £45 is a bit much though, the mini figure included probably drives the price up, somehow Wink
Posted 1:23pm on Tue 2 April 2013
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Edit: nvm

Glad to See Lego and Weegee in the top 20!
Posted 3:04pm on Tue 2 April 2013
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I'm glad to see Bioshock Infinite selling well. Good sales should hopefully convince more developers to make narrative driven games instead of attempting to take a slice out of the Call Of Duty cake. Once again great job Irrational Games!
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