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After just one week at the top Eidos's Battlestations: Midway is down in eighth place as FIFA '07 takes the No. 1 spot in the all-formats software chart.

Sales of EA's football title and of Need for Speed: Carbon, which is up five places to No. 2, were boosted by price cuts at retail. It's the 10th time FIFA '07 has hit the top of the chart since the game's release in September last year.

Pro Evo Six jumps one place to No. 3, while THQ's new PC RTS, Supreme Commander, makes its debut at No. 4 as the only new entry in the top ten. TV tie-in Little Britain drops to No. 5.

In sixth place is another THQ game - Avatar: The Legend of Aang, which is up from No. 13 last week. Perennial favourite The Sims 2: Pets is in seventh.

The top ten is rounded out by Sega Mega Drive Collection at No. 9, and former chart-topper Lost Planet at No. 10.

This week's biggest top 40 climber is Over the Hedge, up 14 places to No. 22. Canis Canem Edit fell from No. 22 to 33, and Rainbow Six: Vegas dropped 13 places to No. 37.

New entries include Excite Truck for the Wii, which debuts at No. 36. Budget titles Bad Boys II and 50 Games Red are back in the chart at No. 17 and No. 19, and The Sims: Life Stories features for the first time at No. 23.

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