The Association for UK Interactive Entertainment has revealed the best-selling games of 2010.
Activision enjoyed the top-selling game of the year, as you might expect, with Call of Duty: Black Ops, while FIFA 11 was just behind it at number two.
UbiSoft also had a great year, enjoying success with Just Dance and Just Dance 2, we well as Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood.
Michael Rawlinson, Director General of UKIE said, “2010 was another strong year for the video games industry, with record breaking sales figures from games such as Call of Duty: Black Ops. 2010 also saw casual gaming really take off, particularly on social networking sites and on mobile phones. With more video games than ever before being played, on an ever growing range of games consoles, PCs, mobile phones, mobile devices and internet enabled TVs, the industry has widened beyond all expectations and will continue to expand exponentially in 2011.”
Here’s a full rundown of the year’s best-sellers….

2010 All Formats Chart
01. Call of Duty: Black Ops
02. FIFA 11
03. Just Dance
04. Red Dead Redemption
05. Wii Fit Plus
06. Just Dance 2
07. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
08. Wii Sports Resort
09. Halo: Reach
10. Battlefield: Bad Company 2

2010 Xbox 360 Chart
01. Call Of Duty: Black Ops
02. FIFA 11
03. Halo: Reach
04. Red Dead Redemption
05. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood

2010 PS3 Chart
01. Call Of Duty: Black Ops
02. FIFA 11
03. Gran Turismo 5
04. Red Dead Redemption
05. Assassins Creed: Brotherhood

2010 Wii Chart
01. Just Dance
02. Wii Fit Plus
03. Just Dance 2
04. Wii Sports Resort
05. New Super Mario Bros Wii

2010 Nintendo DS Chart
01. Professor Layton And The Lost Future
02. New Super Mario Bros
03. Art Academy
04. Pokemon Soulsilver
05. Mario Kart DS

2010 Sony PSP Chart
01. FIFA 11
02. LittleBigPlanet
03. Gran Turismo
04. Assassin’s Creed: Bloodlines
05. FIFA 10

2010 PC Chart
01. Football Manager 2011
02. Football Manager 2010
03. The Sims 3
04. World of Warcraft: Cataclysm
05 StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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