Sony's PS3 exclusive FPS Killzone 3 has beaten EA and Epic's multi-format shooter Bulletstorm to the UK All Formats All Prices No.1 spot.

Bulletstorm had to settle for second place in a week dominated by the first-person shooter; Black Ops took third place.

Elsewhere, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 dropped from No.2 to No.7, Test Drive Unlimited 2 slipped from No.4 to No.11, while Nintendo's big new release, Kirby's Epic Yarn, failed to make the Top 40.

Leisure software charts compiled by Chart Track, (C)2010 UKIE Ltd (All Prices) Week 8, 2011

1. KILLZONE 3

2. BULLETSTORM

3. CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS

4. FIFA 11

5. JUST DANCE 2

6. DEAD SPACE 2

7. MARVEL VS CAPCOM 3: FATE OF TWO WORLDS

8. NEED FOR SPEED: HOT PURSUIT

9. WII PARTY

10. ASSASSIN'S CREED: BROTHERHOOD

11. TEST DRIVE UNLIMITED 2

12. THE SIMS 3

13. DANCE JUNIORS

14. LITTLEBIGPLANET 2

15. BEN 10 ULTIMATE ALIEN COSMIC DESTRUCTION

16. ART ACADEMY

17. MARIO SPORTS MIX

18. KINECT JOY RIDE

19. KINECT SPORTS

20. TOY STORY 3

Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised to see Killzone 3 top given it's a high profile sequel, but we had a feeling it might have been pipped to the post by the multi-platform power of Bulletstorm.

Interestingly, Killzone 2's first week sales bettered that of Killzone 3's. Killzone 2 is Sony's fifth best week one seller, while Killzone 3 is the 14th.

As expected, the launch of Killzone 3 alongside Bulletstorm has restricted sales of Epic Games' FPS on PS3. Bulletstorm on Xbox 360 was the second highest-selling single SKU behind Killzone 3, while the PS3 version could manage only 14th place in the single SKU chart.

Friday sees the release of Pokemon Black and Pokemon White, which we'd expect to chart at No.1 if it wasn't for its split SKU. Either way, the games are sure to place highly. Joining the DS exclusive are EA's Fight Night Champion, promising MMO Rift, and Warhammer 40k Dawn of War 2 Retribution.