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NPD weekly PC game sales chart

Star Wars Galaxies debuts at the top of this week's PC game sales chart from NPD.
By Justin Calvert, GameSpot
Posted Jul 10, 2003 8:56 am PT

Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided went straight to the top of this week's PC game sales chart, forcing The Sims: Superstar into the second position in the process. The Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide spent its second week in the chart in the respectable third position, and the remainder of the top 10 experienced very little movement, save for RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 falling off the bottom to make room for the new number one.

Best-selling PC games for the week of June 22-28, 2003:

Rank / Title / Publisher / Average Price
1 / Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided / LucasArts / $50
2 / The Sims: Superstar / EA / $30
3 / Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide / Atari / $29
4 / Rise of Nations / Microsoft / $45
5 / The Sims Deluxe / EA / $43
6 / Diablo II / VU Games / $20
7 / The Sims: Unleashed / EA / $29
8 / Finding Nemo: Nemo's Underwater World of Fun / THQ / $20
9 / Finding Nemo / THQ / $20
10 / Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos / VU Games / $39

The list above ranks games according to retail sales. To see a list of games ranked according to GameSpot review score, visit our Top 100 page.

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