The game held off Kadokawa Shoten’s Demon Gaze and Media Molecule’s Tearaway, which both released last week. In the overall charts, Football Manager 2014 moved up one spot from last week to the 25th spot.
One reason why the game may be selling so well is due to SEGA and Sony creating a Football Manager 2014 Vita bundle that includes a download code for the game.
Also continuing its surprising sales is Aliens: Colonial Marines, which dropped two spots to the 30th position. As mentioned in previous sales charts reports, Gearbox’s Aliens: CM has seen dramatic slashes to its prices, going for as low as £4 .99.