Call of Duty: Black Ops was the biggest entertainment property of 2010 in the UK, beating out 3D sci-fi blockbuster Avatar and the latest album from Take That.
Citing ERA data, MCV reported that the latest entry in Activision's steamrolling FPS franchise sold 3.3 million copies compared to three million Avatar DVDs and 1.9 million copies of Take That album Progress.
Games had a strong presence in the top 10. FIFA 11 came in at third, selling 2.4 million units, while Just Dance shimmied in at nine, shifting 1.3 million copies.
Here's the full top 20:
- Call of Duty: Black Ops [Activision Blizzard] 3,266,298
- Avatar [20th Century Fox] 3,001,769
- FIFA 11 [Electronic Arts] 2,390,231
- Toy Story 3 [Walt Disney Studios] 2,082,461
- Progress (Take That) [Universal Music] 1,933,205
- The Twilight Saga: New Moon [Entertainment One] 1,889,187
- The Twlight Saga: Eclipse [Entertainment One] 1,334,490
- Inception [Warner Home Video] 1,328,290
- Just Dance [Ubisoft] 1,305,338
- 2012 [Sony Pictures] 1,298,705
- Crazy Love (Michael Buble) [Warner Music] 1,289,304
- Now That's What I Call Music 77 [EMI Music/UniversalMusic] 1,255,006
- The Hurt Locker [Elevation Sales] 1,247,604
- Up [Walt Disney Studios] 1,236,066
- Sherlock Holmes [Warner Home Video] 1,217,637
- Red Dead Redemption [Take-Two] 1,135,559
- The Fame (Lady Gaga) [Universal Music] 1,104,504
- The Hangover [Warner Home Video] 1,024,546
- Alice In Wonderland [Walt Disney Studios] 943,220
- Shrek Forever After - The Final Chapter [Paramount] 928,726