UK Charts: FIFA blocks Lego

07 edition of EA's football series maintains grip on top slot.

Electronic Arts' FIFA '07 continues to demonstrate its retail staying power by remaining the top-selling title in the UK All Formats software charts on its second week of release.

Although sales have dropped by 29 per cent, the football favourite has still managed to sell more than the seven next best-selling all formats titles combined, while the rest of the chart has shuffled around in a week without any new entries in the top ten.

Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy has fought its way back up the charts to number two, while Tiger Woods PGA Tour '07 stubbornly holds the number three position for the third week running.

Eidos' Just Cause continues to perform well at number four, while Square Enix's RPG Kingdom Hearts II stays at number five.

THQ's movie tie-in Cars bumps back up the charts to number six, overtaking acclaimed strategy title Company of Heroes at seven, while Dr Kawashima's Brain Training continues to bother the top ten at eight.

Codemasters' soccer sim LMA Manager 2007 sits at number nine, while Bizarre Creations' Project Gotham Racing 3 breaks back into the top ten on the back of a Xbox 360 promotional bundle.

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