FIFA 08 and Halo 3 made up the majority of the Spanish and German charts this week, GamesIndustry.biz reports.

According to data from Media-Control GfK, FIFA 08 held first, third, eighth and tenth in Spain; and first, second, fifth and sixth in Germany.

Halo 3 came in second in Spain and third in Germany, with Limited and Legendary Editions featuring further down.

MySims on DS, Heavenly Sword and WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2007 Platinum were the other top-ten inhabitants in Spain; Germany saw The Settlers: Rise of an Empire, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, The Sims 2: Bon Voyage and More Brain Training mix up the list.

Spain looks like this:

  1. FIFA 08 (PS2)
  2. Halo 3 (X360)
  3. FIFA 08 (PS3)
  4. Halo 3: Limited Edition (X360)
  5. WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2007 Platinum (PS2)
  6. My Sims (DS)
  7. Heavenly Sword (PS3)
  8. FIFA 08 (PSP)
  9. Halo 3: Legendary Edition (X360)
  10. FIFA 08 (X360)

Germany looks like this:

  1. FIFA 08 (PS2)
  2. FIFA 08 (PC)
  3. Halo 3 (X360)
  4. The Settlers: Rise of an Empire (PC)
  5. FIFA 08 (PS3)
  6. FIFA 08 (X360)
  7. Halo 3: Limited Edition (X360)
  8. Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (PC)
  9. The Sims 2: Bon Voyage! (PC)
  10. Dr Kawashima: More Brain Training (DS)

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