Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops has claimed the All Formats All Prices UK Video Game Chart No.1 spot, GfK Chart Track reports.
Black Ops managed to fend off EA's FIFA 11, Ubisoft's Just Dance 2 and new entry Kinect Sports at No.4. Football Manager 2011, last week's No.1, slipped four places to No.5.
Kinect Sports wasn't the only Kinect for Xbox 360 title to chart. Dance Central is at No.13, Motion Sports begins its life at No.15, Fighters Uncaged is new at No.23, Kinectimals is off to a slow start at No.26, Kinect Joy Ride is off the starting line at No.30, Your Shape starts at No.33 and Sonic Free Riders rounds off the new entries at No.38.
The week's only other new entry is SEGA's Sonic Colours at No.36.
Leisure software charts compiled by Chart Track, (C)2010 UKIE Ltd (All Prices) Week 45, 2010
1. CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS
2. FIFA 11
3. JUST DANCE 2
4. KINECT SPORTS
5. FOOTBALL MANAGER 2011
6. PROFESSOR LAYTON AND THE LOST FUTURE
7. FALLOUT: NEW VEGAS
8. NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. WII
9. THE SIMS 3
10. STAR WARS: THE FORCE UNLEASHED II
11. WWE SMACKDOWN VS RAW 2011
12. WII PARTY
13. DANCE CENTRAL
14. MEDAL OF HONOR
15. MOTION SPORTS
16. FABLE III
17. WII FIT PLUS
18. PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2011
19. WII SPORTS RESORT
20. GOLDENEYE 007
Black Ops was a dead cert for the No.1 spot, shifting 1.4 million units in one day, but will the record-breaking title be able to hold it until Christmas. Bookmaker Paddy Power has the game as the 1/6 odds on favourite to take the festive crown.
Kinect Sports came out as top dog of the Kinect launch line-up, but Dance Central also managed a respectable first week, charting at No.13 - much better than the multi-platform Rock Band 3 could muster. The launch of Kinect and Black Ops also appears to have taken the wind out of Fable 3's sales, the game slumping 13 places to No.16.
Elsewhere GoldenEye 007 fell seven places to No.20 in its second week, while Blood Stone fell only four places and is now on the tail of the Wii shooter at No.22.
The week's major flop has to be Sonic Colours, which despite generally positive reviews failed to find an audience and limped rather than raced into the chart at No.36.
Friday sees the release of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, each with a great chance at taking the No.1 spot from Black Ops. Our money's on the latest instalment in the Assassin's Creed franchise, given the massive marketing push the game has received.