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UK Charts: Nintendo Land is the best-selling Wii U game

How did the rest of Nintendo's Wii U games sell?

Nintendo Land is the best-selling Wii U game in the UK. Nintendo's great mini-game collection beat New Super Mario Bros U to become the Wii U number one but that wasn't enough for it to reach the UK top ten.

Nintendo Land is the highest-placed Wii U game in the All-formats chart at number 11 while New Super Mario Bros U went in at 14 with ZombiU further back at 17.

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Of course, games such as Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2, FIFA 13 and Assassin's Creed 3 are now on Wii U and the sales of these Wii U versions are added to those off other versions but, as you can see from the Wii U Chart below, they're not the best-selling Wii U games.

UK Top 20

1. Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2

2. Far Cry 3

3. FIFA 13

4. Hitman Absolution

5. Assassin's Creed 3

6. Just Dance 4

7. LEGO The Lord Of The Rings

8. Halo 4

9. Skylanders Giants

10. Need For Speed Most Wanted

11. Nintendo Land

12. Dishonered

13. Football Manager 2013

14. New Super Mario Bros. U

15. WWE 13

16. Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park

17. ZombiU

18. Medal Of Honor: Warfighter

19. New Super Mario Bros. 2

20. Forza Horizon

Wii U chart

1. Nintendo Land

2. New Super Mario Bros. U

3. ZombiU

4. Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed

5. Batman: Arkham City - Armoured Edition

6. Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2

7. Sports Connection

8. Assassin's Creed 3

9. Just Dance 4

10. Tekken Tag Tournament 2

11. Rabbids Land

12. Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two

13. Tank! Tank! Tank!

14. FIFA 13

15. Darksiders 2

16. Family Party: 30 Games Obstacle Arcade

17. Mass Effect 3

18. Ben 10: Omniverse

19. Skylanders Giants

20. Game Party Champions

3DS chart

1. New Super Mario Bros. 2

2. Mario Kart 7

3. Professor Layton And The Miracle Mask

4. Super Mario 3D Land

5. Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park

6. Mario & Sonic At The London 2012 Olympic Games

7. Angry Birds Trilogy

8. Sonic Generations

9. Puzzler World 2013

10. LEGO The Lord Of The Rings

What games did you buy for Wii U? Are you enjoying them?

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  1. jaco_p Monday 3rd Dec 2012 at 13:19

    Got Nintendo land, mario and zombiu, straight off the bat. Zombiu is my favourite, so difficult, intense, scary. Really good game.

  2. gabrieljrc1 Monday 3rd Dec 2012 at 13:30

    It's probably because lots of people know that there is something for everyone on there so everyone is buying it. Also does this include buying premium pack instead of basic when it comes to Nintendo Land?

    Besides the Wii U hasn't been out for a week yet so you can't really tell by now.

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  3. nintenu Monday 3rd Dec 2012 at 13:44

    Nintendoland ....only because it was included!
    "but it's a good game"…

    Probably wait until after the crazed retailers start to drop the prices for the Wii U games before I buy anymore ...hopefully it will happen after Christmas. Compared to the eShop prices, the retailers are cheaper ...but still £40 - £50 a game …it’s cheaper to buy imports.

    Sonic Racing Transformed is a decent price for £30 (Retail) though! …but knowing Sega games this will drop to about £20 after Christmas.

  4. sciqueen Monday 3rd Dec 2012 at 14:50

    That top ten is depressing.

  5. ThePokekid78 Monday 3rd Dec 2012 at 16:33

    1. Absolutely

    2. No

    3. Surprises

    4. There

  6. Waldy565 Monday 3rd Dec 2012 at 17:31

    suprised AC3 is so far down - damn it, I want a WiiU! Getting one next year, when the price drops, it was forecasted that it would drop in 2013, early as summer, but holiday period at latest. Defo getting the snazzy black pack, if it's still avaliable when I come to get one. Mind you, I am getting Brotherhood for PC, so it won't be TO bad...

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