Aussie Charts: Metallica Turns It Up From 7 To 10

Aussie Charts: Metallica Turns It Up From 7 To 10
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Guitar Hero: Metallica is the best performing new entry in the latest Aussie sales charts.

But by only reaching number seven, it’s nowhere near enough to prevent Wii Fit from returning to the top of the charts.

EA Sports Active, Pokemon Platinum and UFC continue to do solid business, while Metallica fills out (almost all) the bottom half of the top ten.

And as a special bonus for you this week, we’ve got the top tens for the PS3 and Xbox 360. Interesting to see GTA IV still kicking around on both platforms, while Terminator Salvation seems to have done OK for itself despite some mediocre reviews.

No such luck for Bionic Commando, however.

All Format Full-Priced Games Top 10 for the w/e May 31:

1. Wii Fit (Wii)
2. EA Sports Active (Wii)
3. Pokemon Platinum (DS)
4. Wii Play (Wii)
5. UFC 2009: Undisputed (360)
6. UFC 2009: Undisputed (PS3)
7. Guitar Hero: Metallica (360)
8. Guitar Hero: Metallica (PS3)
9. Guitar Hero: Metallica guitar bundle (360)
10. Guitar Hero: Metallica guitar bundle (PS3)

PlayStation 3 Full-Priced Games Top 10 for the w/e May 31:

1. UFC 2009: Undisputed
2. Guitar Hero: Metallica
3. Guitar Hero: Metallica guitar bundle
4. Terminator: Salvation
5. Virtua Tennis 2009
6. Killzone 2
7. Grand Theft Auto IV
8. Guitar Hero World Tour super bundle
9. Singstar Pop
10. Bionic Commando

Xbox 360 Full-Priced Games Top 10 for the w/e May 31:

1. UFC 2009: Undisputed
2. Guitar Hero: Metallica
3. Guitar Hero: Metallica guitar bundle
4. Terminator: Salvation
5. Guitar Hero World Tour super bundle
6. Grand Theft Auto IV
7. Halo 3
8. Halo Wars
9. Virtua Tennis 2009
10. Battlestations Pacific

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