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• The rest of the top 10 is an interesting mix.
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• Grand Theft Auto V also continues to hold a spot, despite being more than five years old.
• The rest of the top ten for the week is largely made up of familiar faces
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• Red Dead Redemption II, is back in the number two spot.
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• The rest of the charts are a good mix of more “core” games and family titles,
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