The Interactive Games and Entertainment Association, or iGEA has released its list of Top 10 games for all platforms in Australia from April 6-12, 2015. The list includes titles such as “Battlefield Hardline” from Electronic Arts, “Bloodborne” from Sony and “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” from Activision Blizzard. You can read the full list from iGEA below.
Top 10 Video Games In All Platforms (AU) For The Week That Ended On April 12, 2015
- “Battlefield Hardline” (Electronic Arts) Release date: March 19, 2015
- “Grand Theft Auto V” (Rockstar Games (Take 2) Release date: Jan. 27, 2015
- “Bloodborne” (Sony Computer Entertainment) Release date: March 25, 2015
- “Minecraft” (Sony Computer Entertainment) Release date: May 9, 2012
- “Dying Light” (Warner Bros. Interactive) Release date: Jan. 27, 2015
- “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” (Activision Blizzard) Release date: Nov. 4, 2015
- “Borderlands: The Handsome Collection” (2K Games (Take 2) Release date: March 27, 2015
- “Far Cry 4” (Ubisoft) Rrelease date: Nov. 11, 2014
- “FIFA 15” (Electronic Arts) Release date: Sept. 25, 2014
- “Disney Infinity 2.0” (Disney Interactive Studios) Release date: Sept. 18, 2014
“Battlefield Hardline,” the first person shooter game developed by Visceral Games in collaboration with EA Digital Illusions CE, is still on top of the iGEA Australian Video Games chart. It has been on the number one spot since the week of April 5, 2015. It is the top video game in all platforms including Xbox One, PlayStation, or PS 4, PC Games, Nintendo Wii and Xbox 360. It also topped the New Zealand charts.
Meanwhile, “Grand Theft Auto V,” the open-world action-adventure from Rockstar North, landed on the second spot. Action-RPG “Bloodborne,” by FROM Software, claimed the third place despite having severe problems with the game’s loading time after its launch.
Also in this list is the popular game “Minecraft,” by Swedish developer Mojang which was later acquired by Microsoft in 2014. The latest entry in the “Call Of Duty” series, “Advanced Warfare” developed by Sledgehammer Games, is at the sixth spot, below “Dying Light,” an open-world survival horror video game by Polish developer Techland.
“Borderlands: The Handsome Collection,” a compilation featuring ports of the original “Borderlands” games on PS3 for the PS4, also made the list at number six. Lastly, “Far Cry 4,” developed by Ubisoft Montreal, lands at the eighth spot, just two spots higher than “FIFA 15” and “Disney Infinity 2.0.” You may view the complete iGea Top 10 Australian charts at the independent industry association’s website here.
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