Wii Sports Resort has entered the UK all-formats chart at number one, knocking EA's Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince down to the number two position.
Sales data from the latest Chart Track chart, covering the week ending July 25, shows the MotionPlus-bundled Nintendo game has had the fourth biggest-selling week one for a Wii title ever, just behind Wii Fit, Mario Kart Wii and Mario & Sonic at the Olympics. Although, its predecessor Wii Sports was never actually tracked as a software item and has sold in high volumes as well.
Elsewhere in the chart, third-party MotionPlus-supported titles Virtua Tennis 2009 (number 13) and EA's Grand Slam Tennis (number 25) also continue to do well.
Sales for the aforementioned Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince remained steady however, down just four per cent on the previous week, and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 sales were also comparable to the week prior, down three per cent, enabling the title to hold onto its number three place.
Another non-mover is Wii Fit at number four, which saw a sales increase of three per cent last week.
Below it at number five, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen saw a 13 per cent drop in sales, and Fight Night Round 4 dropped one place to number six following a 24 per cent sales decrease. Ubisoft's Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood sales were down 19 per cent, and EA's The Sims 3 were down 11 per cent.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and EA Sports Active both hold their previous week's positions of number nine and ten respectively.
The full chart is as follows:
01 Wii Sports Resort
02 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
03 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
04 Wii Fit
05 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
06 Fight Night Round 4
07 Call of Juarez: Bound In Blood
08 The Sims 3
09 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
10 EA Sports Active