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Forza 2 in pole position

McRae: DIRT in at four.

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Microsoft's Forza Motorsport 2 continues to outpace the competition, is reporting, remaining at number one in the UK All Formats charts despite a 34 per cent drop in sales.

Eidos' Tomb Raider Anniversary is at number two this week, with Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End at number three - with only 183 sales separating the two games.

Forza's nearest competitor, Colin McRae: DIRT, only manages to debut at number four this week, just ahead of Nintendo's Wii Play at five.

Dr Kawashima's Brain Training continues to bother the top ten at number six, with Activision's Spider-Man 3 dropping three places this week to number seven.

The only other new entry in the top forty is Take 2's Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer which debuts at number eight, with Mario Strikers Charged Football at nine and Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 6 at ten.

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