PC download charts: 'Terraria,' 'Black Ops Escalation Pack,' 'The Witcher 2'


Terraria innovates on
Minecraft's success,
Black Ops' map pack gets off to a good start, and
The Witcher 2's medieval monster hunting remains prominent across PC download charts for the week ending June 6.

There's relatively little change on the Steam chart, though Fable III's slip to sixth allows Black Ops to regain a top-five position.

It's rare to see both Elemental: War of Magic and Galactic Civilizations II absent from the Impulse top five. Instead, Space Pirates & Zombies retains top spot, and Crysis 2 is resurgent thanks to a half-price offer over the weekend.

A similar tale is told on GamersGate. Just Cause 2 parachutes into first place thanks to a bargain price and various Grand Theft Auto offerings occupy third and fourth.

Steam* ( steampowered.com)
1) Terraria
2) Call of Duty: Black Ops Escalation Pack
3) The Witcher 2
4) Portal 2
5) Call of Duty: Black Ops
*Based on revenue, not units sold

Direct2Drive ( direct2drive.com)
1) Rift (Standard Edition)
2) The Witcher 2
3) The Sims 3: Generations
4) Rift (Collector's Edition)
5) Fable 3

GamersGate ( gamersgate.com)
1) Just Cause 2
2) Pride of Nations
3) Grand Theft Auto: The Complete Package
4) Grand Theft Auto IV
5) The Sims 3 Generations

Impulse ( impulsedriven.com)
1) Space Pirates and Zombies
2) Crysis 2
3) Age of Wonders Trilogy
4) Hegemony Gold - Wars of Ancient Greece
5) Academagia - The Making of Mages

Good Old Games ( gog.com)
1) The Witcher: Enhanced Edition
2) The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
3) Gothic 2 Gold Edition
4) Divine Divinity
5) Arcanum

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