Minecraft is the best selling game in New Zealand for the eighth time this year.
- The Xbox SKU’s of Minecraft have outsold their PlayStation counterparts to finish atop the NZ charts this week. The win gives Minecraft its eighth number one so far this year and the second for the Xbox Editions.
- Last week’s number one Project Cars drops to number three, but still tops the Xbox One Chart.
- Wolfenstein: The Old Blood joins the top ten in sixth spot, a week after launching digitally, with the PlayStation 4 release of Final Fantasy: Type O HD seeing it return in seventh.
- Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare has outsold its predecessor, as Black Ops II drops out of the Top Ten this week.
- Former number one Mortal Kombat X, plummeted to number ten, in only its fifth week in the charts, failing to repeat it Australian success.
The below is the IGEA All Platforms Chart – New Zealand for May 11 through 16.
- Minecraft – Microsoft
- Grand Theft Auto V – Rockstar Games
- Project Cars – Bandai Namco Games
- Bloodborne – Sony Computer Ent.
- The Order: 1886 – Sony Computer Ent.
- Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – Bethesda Softworks
- Final Fantasy: Type O HD – Square Enix Inc
- Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Activision
- The Last of Us – Sony Computer Ent.
- Mortal Kombat X – Warner Bros. Interactive
Platforms Number 1s
- PlayStation 4 – Bloodborne, Sony Computer Entertainment
- Xbox One – Project Cars, Bandai Namco Games
- Nintendo Wii U – Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, Nintendo
- PlayStation Vita – Borderlands 2, Sony Computer Ent.
- Nintendo 3DS – Pokemon Omega Ruby, Nintendo
- PlayStation 3 – Minecraft, Sony Computer Ent.
- Xbox 360 – Minecraft, Microsoft
- Nintendo Wii – Skylanders SWAP Force, Activision
- PlayStation Portable – ModNation Races, Sony Computer Ent.
- Nintendo DS – Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?, D3 Publisher
- PC Games – Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar Games