UK Charts: Return of the Jedi

Lego Star Wars still on top.

Sales of Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy may have dropped by 49 per cent, but the cute sci-fi makeover continues to hold the number one spot in the Chart Track All Formats Chart for the second week.

Eidos' new IP for the Xbox 360 makes a strong debut at number two, as Just Cause becomes the latest in a new line of properties to establish itself on Microsoft's next-generation console.

Two favourite sporting franchises also break the top five, with Electronic Arts' Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 entering at number three and Codemasters' LMA Manager 2007 at number four.

THQ's movie tie-in Cars is nudged down one place to the number five position, while DS exclusive Dr Kawashima's Brain Training holds fast at number six.

Capcom's Dead Rising and THQ's Saints Row have been pushed down the charts after initially strong debuts, sitting at the number seven and eight positions, respectively.

EA's The Godfather has climbed dramtical up the charts from number 24 to number 9 after the release of the PSP and Xbox 360 versions of the title, while New Super Mario Bros. just hangs in at ten.

Microsoft's recent Xbox 360 bundle for retail which includes Project Gotham Racing 3, has helped the title re-enter the charts at number 26.

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