UK chart: Injustice: Gods Among Us topples BioShock Infinite

While Fire Emblem re-awakens 3DS sales.

Pow! Superhero fighter Injustice: Gods Among Us has knocked BioShock Infinite from the top of the UK all-formats chart.


BioShock Infinite dropped into second place during its fourth week of release.

Nintendo's top-notch tactical RPG Fire Emblem: Awakening scored third. The 3DS sensation spurred system sales, too, with the launch of its special edition blue 3DS XL boosting hardware numbers by 49 per cent.

The release of Injustice: Gods Among Us marks the first time a fighting game has hit the UK's top spot in over a year - since UFC Undisputed 3.

Tomb Raider was fourth this week, while Defiance was fifth and FIFA 13 sixth. Black Ops 2, Luigi's Mansion 2, Tiger Woods 14 and Far Cry 3 rounded out the rest of the top 10.

You can view the entire top 40 over on UK numbers company Chart-Track's website.

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