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Potter still top of the pops

Sales rocket as film approaches.

The latest film may not be set for a cinema release until this weekend, but Electronic Arts' Harry Potter & The Order of the Phoenix is already enjoying a second week at number one, with sales rising by 29 per cent, GamesIndustry.biz is reporting.

Nintendo's new marketing campaign featuring Nicole Kidman helps DS sequel More Brain Training from Dr Kawashima climb the charts to number two, with Activision's Shrek The Third at number three in the Chart Track all-formats top ten.

Starbreeze and Take-Two's The Darkness drops down the charts to number four this week, as does Resident Evil: Wii Edition to number five.

Wii Play continues to bother the top ten climbing back up the charts to the number six position, while Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas is at number seven.

Microsoft's Forza Motorsport 2 is in the number eight position, Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End is at nine and the original Dr Kawashima's Brain Training edges back into the top ten at ten.

The only new entry in the top forty this week is the Eidos published and PlayStation 3 title Ninja Gaiden: Sigma at number 19.

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