Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is PlayStation Store’s bestseller for a second month

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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is PlayStation Store’s bestseller for a second month

Superhot VR and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Absolution DLC make their debuts

Thought Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy’s June triumph was a flash in the plan? Think again. The PlayStation icon’s return to action has been doing huge numbers all month and held on to the top spot with ease.

Elsewhere, there were a smattering of new entries, with Superhot debuting at #1 on the PlayStation VR list and new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s new Absolution expansion landing at #5 on the DLC chart.

See below for all the details.


  1. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (1)
  2. Grand Theft Auto V (4)
  3. Rocket League (10)
  4. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered (20)
  5. Minecraft (12)
  6. Friday the 13th: The Game (2)
  7. FIFA 17 (3)
  8. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (Re-entry)
  9. Mortal Kombat XL (RE)
  10. Battlefield 1 (9)
  11. Battlefield 4 (8)
  12. Star Wars: Battlefront (7)
  13. Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag (RE)
  14. Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience (RE)
  15. Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition (RE)
  16. Elite Dangerous (New)
  17. Ratchet & Clank (RE)
  18. EA Sports UFC 2 (17)
  19. Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (RE)
  20. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (19)


  1. Superhot VR (New)
  2. Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (7)
  3. Batman: Arkham VR (2)
  4. Job Simulator (3)
  5. Arizona Sunshine (New)
  6. PlayStation VR Worlds (4)
  7. Sports Bar VR (RE)
  8. Driveclub VR (RE)
  9. Robinson: The Journey (6)
  10. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes (RE)


  1. Diablo III – Rise of the Necromancer (2)
  2. Call of Duty Black Ops III – Zombies Chronicles (1)
  3. Rocket League – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Car Pack (5)
  4. Rocket League – The Fate of the Furious Ice Charger (6)
  5. Fortnite – Standard Founder’s Pack (New)
  6. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Absolution (New)
  7. Battlefield 1 – Premium Pass (3)
  8. Rocket League – Supersonic Fury DLC Pack (RE)
  9. Rocket League – Masamune (RE)
  10. Rocket League – Back to the Future Car Pack (RE)

PS Vita

  1. Street Fighter X Tekken (RE)
  2. Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (RE)
  3. Borderlands 2 (RE)
  4. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker (RE)
  5. GTA: Liberty City Stories (RE)
  6. Minecraft (6)
  7. Persona 4 Golden (3)
  8. God of War Collection (5)
  9. Odin Sphere Leifthrasir (RE)
  10. WRC 4 FIA World Rally Championship (RE)


  1. FIFA 17 (1)
  2. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (RE)
  3. Grand Theft Auto V (RE)
  4. Minecraft (4)
  5. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (RE)
  6. Dragon Ball Xenoverse (RE)
  7. Okami (RE)
  8. Red Dead Redemption (RE)
  9. Demon’s Souls (RE)
  10. The Last of Us Game of the Year Edition (RE)

PS one & PS2 classics

  1. Crash Bandicoot (1)
  2. Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped (2)
  3. Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (3)
  4. CTR: Crash Team Racing (4)
  5. Metal Gear Solid (7)
  6. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (RE)
  7. Final Fantasy IX (8)
  8. Final Fantasy VIII (10)
  9. Final Fantasy VII (9)
  10. Silent Hill (10)

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  • It’s an amazing game, so yeah !!

  • I’m not surprised, but really happy to see Crash still on top. The collection was extremely well-made. Not afraid to make much-needed changes, like improved hit-boxes, more animations, intros/outros for bosses etc., yet always faithful to the originals. That’s all I can ask for. Now hopefully this success means we’ll get either a CTR/Bash remaster, a Spryo trilogy remaster, or a new crash game soon

  • It is not month but years on the “PS one & PS2 classics” ;-) I wonder on many sell they still do in that category?!

    • If PS4 finally had PS1 support that chart might actually see some changes from PS4 owners who buying lots of PS1 games that aren’t the first three Crash Bandicoots since they’d probably already have Remastered.

  • Not being overpriced likely helps Crash stay on top. Why do bigger games always cost €70 on PSN when they cost €60 on retail?

    • I think legally they’re not allowed to charge the same/less than retailers because that’d give them an unfair advantage and retailers would go out of business. That’s a lot of jobs lost everywhere.

  • I’m partially responsible for Shadow of Mordor’s re-entry. I bought the GotY edition when cheap a couple weeks ago despite not being a Lord of the Rings fan and I’ve played it loads already. Good fun hacking and slashing those darn pesky orcs.

    • Picked it up from US store much cheaper. Haven’t played it much, but I know its a game I’ll really get into.

    • with all the DLC? I was told the super cheap US version lacked that. BUt hey i dunno. I’ve already had far more than my £10’s worth of entertainment out of it and I’m still playing with lots to do. :D

    • Yep, it was the GOTY edition. $5.99 or a dollar less if on ps+. It was just too good a deal for all the content included. I’d heard good things about it & at that price point, no risk really.

  • that ps1/ps2 chart is great, all of those are worth playing.

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