We can easily know that FIFA 15 is the ninth in The IGEA Top Ten Chart powered by NPD, which is a very popular football video game in the world and always cost some of my pocket monet on FIFA 15 Coins. To my surprise, Dying Light is the noumber 1 in the chart, which i don’t really like.
After taking out all three of it’s eligible charts – PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Dying Light has claimed the New Zealand number one spot.
As in Australia, Dragon Ball: Xenoverse has finished at number two, taking out the PlayStation 3 chart and at runner up on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
The Xbox SKUs of Minecraft have again outsold PlayStation’s, dropping one spot to number three as last week’s number one, The Order: 1886 drops three spots to number four.
GTA V slips one spot to number five as Ubisoft’s Far Cry 4 holds the number six spot.
Two shooters hold the six and seven spots, with Advance Warfare dropping two spots to number seven and EA’s Battlefield 4 returns to the charts at seven.
Week 7’s number one, Evolve, plummets six spots to number nine, with FIFA 15 rounding out the top 10.
The below is the IGEA All Platforms Chart – Australia for February 23 through March 1.
1. Dying Light – Warner Bros. Interactive
2. Dragon Ball: Xenoverse – Bandai Namco Games
3. Minecraft – Microsoft
4. The Order: 1886 – Sony Computer Ent.
5. Grand Theft Auto V – Rockstar Games
6. Far Cry 4 – Ubisoft
7. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Activision
8. Battlefield 4 – Electronic Arts
9. Evolve 2K – Games
10. FIFA 15 – Electronic Arts
Platforms Number 1s
PlayStation 4 – Dying Light, Warner Bros. Interactive
Xbox One – Dying Light, Warner Bros. Interactive
Nintendo Wii U – New Super Mario Bros. U, Nintendo
PlayStation Vita – Minecraft, Sony Computer Ent.
Nintendo 3DS – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, Nintendo
PlayStation 3 – Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, Bandai Namco Games.
Xbox 360 – Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition, Minecraft
Nintendo Wii – Just Dance 2015, Ubisoft
PlayStation Portable – FIFA 13, Electronic Arts
Nintendo DS – Bakugan: Defenders Of The Core, Activision
PC Games – Dying Light, Warner Bros.