'Portal 2,' 'Sims Medieval,' 'Magicka' top PC gaming charts
Monday 18 April 2011
Portal 2 remains Steam's best-seller ahead of its Tuesday April 19 release,
The Sims Medieval reigns on Direct2Drive, while
Magicka's satirical multiplayer adventure leaps into first on GamersGate for the week ending April 18.
The first three Alone In The Dark games, optimized for modern computers, jump straight to the top of Good Old Games' chart; the distinctively Bourne-esque action of XIII enters in third place.
The Impulse chart has old favorites Galactic Civilizations II and Sins of a Solar Empire occupying pole positions.
1) Portal 2
2) The Potato Sack (13 games with new Portal 2 tie-ins)
3) Borderlands: Game of the Year
4) Magicka Complete Pack
5) BioShock 2
*Based on revenue, not units sold
1) The Sims Medieval
2) Crysis 2
3) RIFT Digital Collector's Edition
4) RIFT Standard Edition
5) Total War: Shogun 2
1) Magicka Complete Pack
2) Darkest Hour: A Hearts of Iron Game
3) Armada 2526
4) Europa Universalis III Chronicles
5) Hearts of Iron III: Semper Fi
1) GalCiv II - Ultimate Edition
2) Sins of a Solar Empire: Trinity
3) Star Ruler
4) Mount and Blade Warband
5) Starpoint Gemini
Good Old Games (
1) Alone In The Dark 1+2+3
2) Baldur's Gate 2 Complete
4) Planescape Torment
5) Space Rangers 2: Dominators
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