505 Games' Zumba Fitness remains top of the UK's All Format games charts, having managed to outsell its four closest competitors combined.
This is the sixth time that the title has been top of the UK gaming charts since its release in November 2010 and it remains way out in front of its nearest rivals.
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean has had a strong week, jumping up to second place to push L.A.Noire and F.E.A.R. 3 down into third and fourth respectively. Meanwhile the second week of the Wimbledon Championships has inspired further sales for Top Spin 4 and Virtua Tennis 4, the latter of which moved up fifteen places to round out this weeks Top 5.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon has jumped up into sixth position, no doubt as a result of the huge advertising campaign behind the forthcoming blockbuster. DiRT 3 has been pushed down into seventh, with Top Spin 4, Brink and FIFA 11 making up the rest of this week's top 10.
Of this week's new releases, only two made the top 40 and both failed to make the top 20 chart. Capcom's Resident Evil Mercenaries reached second position in the 3DS chart but fell just outside the All Format chart in 21st position, whilst THQ's UFC personal trainer was a place below in 22nd spot.