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Paul Loughrey


Feature | UK Charts: Cars still in the lead

Liberty City Stories still in second.

Feature | Living Legend

Ian Livingstone on why Lara's still going strong.

Feature | Changing Times

Eidos' Ian Livingstone on the next-gen battle.

Feature | UK Charts: Cars refuses to brake

Race leaders pile up behind THQ's animated movie tie-in.

Feature | UK Charts: Cars still in pole position

Cars takes the lead on five different formats

Feature | UK Charts: Top ten receives Preys

But GTA remains the UK's best-selling game

Feature | UK Charts: Mafia takes bigger cut than Mario

Three weeks at the top for Rockstar.

Feature | UK Charts: Rockstar muscles in on top-spot

DS Lite launch shakes up the top 40

Feature | UK Charts: Football's coming home

It's five a side and FIFA's in the lead

Feature | UK Charts: Hitman gets second shot at the top

Hitman: Blood Money marks the third top ten entry for the Britsoft publisher.

Feature | UK Charts: You'd think it was World Cup year

Konami on the attack with Pro Evolution Soccer 5.

Feature | UK Charts: World Cup lifts World Cup

Lara gracefully steps aside for the fans.

Feature | Animal Crossing closes gap on Lara

Vivendi still chilling out in second place.

Feature | UK Charts: Eidos hails the return of a legend

Ladies first as Lara shifts three times more units than The Godfather.

Feature | UK Charts: FIFA Street's ahead

FIFA Street 2 becomes EA's third number one debut of the year.

Feature | UK Charts: EA's Black in first

Publisher secures first all-formats hit with original IP since 1997.

Feature | UK Charts: Ten weeks at the top for EA

NFS: MW refuses to relinquish the lead.

Feature | UK Charts: DOA4 kicks EA off top spot

Xbox 360 titles shift an otherwise static sales chart.

Feature | UK Charts: EA holds pole position

Eight weeks at the top for Need for Speed: Most Wanted.

Feature | UK Charts: EA swerves back into pole position

Ubisoft enjoys continued sales success

Feature | UK Charts: Need for Speed races into first

Publishers brace themselves for the final stretch in the race for a Christmas No.1