FIFA 07 has stormed the number one position in the Chart Track All Formats charts on no less than seven different formats, with the PS2 version responsible for 84 per cent of sales.

Eidos' new IP Just Cause continues to perform well on its second week of release, holding the number two position and stopping Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 from advancing past number three in the charts.

Last week's number one, Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, drops three places to number four, while Square Enix's RPG Kingdom Hearts II debuts at number five.

Codemasters football sim LMA Manager 2007 drops a couple of spots to number six, just ahead of another new entry, THQ's PC exclusive strategy title Company of Heroes.

The rest of the top ten consists of chart stalwart Cars at number eight, EA's The Godfather at number nine and Dr Kawashima's Brain Training at number ten.

The only other new entries in the top forty are Capcom's special edition of Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening at number 32 and Nintendo's compendium title, 42 All-Time Classics at number 36.

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