Activision is beside itself thanks to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2's record setting performance even on launch day alone, but last week in the United Kingdom it was Ubisoft's turn to gloat. Ubisoft's Wii dance simulation, Just Dance, put an end to Modern Warfare 2's crazy run as the top selling title in the UK. In fact, MW2 sales weren't as hot as usual for the week ending January 6th; Wii Fit Plus also succeeding in overtaking the shooter, bumping it down to third place.
|2.||Wii Fit Plus||Nintendo||2009/10/30|
|3.||Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2||Activision||2009/11/10|
|4.||Army of Two: The 40th Day||Electronic Arts||2010/01/08|
|5.||Wii Sports Resort||Nintendo||2009/07/24|
|6.||Darksiders: Wrath of War||THQ||2010/01/07|
|8.||FIFA 10||Electronic Arts||2009/10/02|
|9.||James Cameron's Avatar: The Game||Ubisoft||2009/12/04|
|10.||Assassin's Creed II||Ubisoft||2009/11/20|
Coincidentally, Just Dance launched on the same month that MW2 did. Chart-Track notes that Just Dance will be the second Ubisoft title to reach number one on its weekly UK software charts since Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2, which was released back in March 2008.