Super Mario Bros. Wonder Still Top Of The Flagpole In UK Boxed Sales Charts

Super Mario Bros. Wonder continues to dominate the UK boxed sales charts this week, with strong showings from EA and Sony in place too.

Published: November 6, 2023 8:50 AM /


Mario leaping alongside a Piranha Plant and a Ninji enemy in Super Mario Bros. Wonder, the UK boxed sales charts' number one game

Super Mario Bros. Wonder continues to dominate the UK boxed sales charts, which isn't likely to come as a surprise if you've been keeping track of the game's phenomenal success.

For the week ending on November 4th, Super Mario Bros. Wonder is resolutely in first place, continuing its run of form from last week.

EA Sports FC 24 is in second place, meaning that, for this week at least, Mario and Spider-Man 2's battle for supremacy is on the back burner.

Players celebrating a goal in EA Sports FC 24, the UK boxed sales charts' number two game this week
EA Sports FC 24 is still going strong in the UK charts.

Spider-Man 2 has slipped into third place this week, which is still pretty respectable. Looks like that sales performance for the game's first 24 hours may well be indicative of long-term appeal after all.

In fourth this week, it's the top ten's only new entry, Robocop: Rogue City. Against all odds, this one turned out pretty well, at least according to our very own Giaco.

The rest of the chart will probably look pretty familiar if you're a regular peruser of the UK top ten boxed games.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is in fifth place, and with the game's final DLC wave due out this week, there's never been a better time to buy this perennial racer.

Robocop standing in the doorway of a vehicle in Robocop: Rogue City, the UK boxed sales charts' number four game
You have 20 seconds to go buy this game.

In sixth place, it's Hogwarts Legacy, which simply will not exit the chart no matter how long it's been since the game was first released.

Seventh place this week goes to Nintendo Switch Sports, and eighth place has been awarded to Assassin's Creed Mirage, so let's hope Ubisoft takes that game's success as an indication of where the series should go next.

In ninth, it's Minecraft, of course, and in tenth, it's a surprise re-entry for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Maybe we have the upcoming Lego set to thank.

Eleventh through fifteenth places in the UK boxed sales charts this week are as follows: The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Game of the Year EditionMortal Kombat 11 UltimateEA Sports UFC 5Grand Theft Auto 5, and WarioWare: Move It!.

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