PC download charts: 'Test Drive Unlimited 2,' 'Dungeons,' 'Two Worlds II'

Escapist racer
Test Drive Unlimited 2 takes pole position on Steam's chart and fourth place on Impulse by February 14, with the fantasy roleplay of
Dungeons and
Two Worlds II also proving popular.

Test Drive Unlimited 2 offers up the real world island locations of Ibiza and Oahu to budding motor racers.

Though the game's hefty online component has been beset by launch issues, it's not stopped players experiencing the TDU2 take on scenic vistas, leisurely cruising, a variety of money-earning missions, and the game's somewhat surreal take on luxury lifestyles.

Dungeons follows in the footsteps of PC classic Dungeon Keeper and PSP cult hit Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman!, reversing usual roles as players take on the part of a Dungeon Lord, ensuring that heroic explorers meet untimely ends.

Slightly more conventional adventuring is to be had in Two Worlds II, said to be a great improvement over its predecessor, and whose North American PC and Mac version is set for February 28.

The game is already available on PC in Europe, and on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 worldwide.

Steam* ( steampowered.com - general gaming and own label)
1) Test Drive Unlimited 2
2) Magicka
3) Dungeons
4) Two Worlds II
5) Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II: Retribution
*Based on revenue, not units sold

Direct2Drive ( direct2drive.com - general gaming)
1) RIFT Digital Collector's Edition
2) DC Universe Online
3) Sid Meier's Civilization V
4) Two Worlds II
5) RIFT Standard Edition

GamersGate ( gamersgate.com - general gaming and own label)
1) Cities in Motion
2) Eschalon: Book 2
3) Eschalon: Book 1
4) Aliens vs Predator
5) Europa Universalis III: Divine Wind expansion

Impulse ( impulsedriven.com - strategy specialists)
1) Sins of a Solar Empire: Trinity
2) Dungeons
3) Victoria II
4) Test Drive Unlimited 2
5) Elemental: War of Magic

Good Old Games ( gog.com - classics)
1) Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition
2) King's Bounty: The Legend
3) The Last Express
4) Baldur's Gate 2 Complete
5) The Zork Anthology

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