A new batch of Top 10 games in Australia has been compiled by the Interactive Games And Entertainment Association, or iGEA. This latest chart covers the May 11 to May 17, 2015 period. Some of the video games that are included in iGEA’s chart are Namco Bandai’s “Project Cars,” Bethesda Softworks’ “Wolfenstein: The Old Blood” and Square Enix’s “Final Fantasy: Type O HD.″ 

Top 10 Video Games In All Platforms (Australia) For The Week That Ended On May 17, 2015

  1. Mortal Kombat X(Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive) release date: April 15, 2015
  2. “Project CARS” (Publisher: Slightly Mad Studios) release date: May 8, 2015
  1. “Wolfenstein: The Old Blood” (Publisher:Bethesda Softworks) release date: May 14, 2015
  2. “Grand Theft Auto V”(Publisher: Rockstar Games) release date: June 5, 2013
  3. “Final Fantasy: Type O HD″ (Publisher:Square Enix Inc.) release date: March 20, 2015
  4. “Bloodborne” (Publisher:Sony Computer Entertainment) release date: March 25, 2015
  5. The Order: 1886“(Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment) release date: Feb. 20, 2015
  6. “Minecraft” (Publisher:Microsoft) release date: Nov. 18, 2011
  7. “The Last Of Us″ (Publisher:Sony Computer Entertainment) release date: July 30, 2014
  8. Battlefield Hardline(Publisher:Electronic Arts) release date: March 17, 2015

“Mortal Kombat X” is once again at the top of this week’s iGEA Australian charts. It is the latest version in a long line of fighting games that feature trademark finishing moves called “fatalities.” At the second spot is “Project CARS.” CARS stands for Community Assisted Racing Simulator which features a “sandbox” approach to driving simulation.

Another game in the charts is “Wolfenstein: The Old Blood,” which is a stand-alone expansion pack and prequel to 2014”s “Wolfenstein: The New Order.” Meanwhile, “Final Fantasy: Type O HD,” a high-definition PS4 version of the 2011 PlayStation Portable, or PSP game, lands at the fifth spot this week. While the graphics were digitally remastered for this version, the core gameplay remains the same although there were some features that were unique to this HD version like additional difficulty levels.

The popularity of the action role-playing game, or RPG “Bloodborne” seems to be waning as it slipped to the sixth spot. The virtual building game “Minecraft” is still in the charts and staying strong at number eight. “The Last Of Us” and “Battlefield Hardline” are in the last two places of the iGEA Australian chart.

Let us know your thoughts on iGEA’s latest chart featuring the Top 10 video games in all platforms. For questions/comments regarding the article, you may email the writer at janis@australianetworknews.com.

Watch The Project CARS – Launch Trailer:

CREDIT: YouTube/Project CARS