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Activision Transforms top ten

Pokémon at two and three.

Activision's multi-format movie tie-in Transformers: The Game is at number one in the Chart Track all-formats charts this week, despite a 10 per cent drop in sales, reports.

Sales of last week's number one, Pokemon Diamond, have dropped 20 per cent as it falls to number two, while Pokemon Pearl remains at number three.

Another popular movie licence, EA's Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, is at number four, with Nintendo's Wii Play at number five.

DS hit More Brain Training from Dr Kawashima is at six, Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree at seven and Dr Kawashima's Brain Training at number eight.

Now back on sale after being pulled due to offensive content, Mario Party 8 re-enters the charts at number nine, while 505 Games' Cooking Mama is at ten.

The only new entry in this week's charts is Sony's SingStar '90s for the PlayStation 2, at number 32.

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