PlayStation Store charts, September: Destiny The Taken King takes on FIFA 16

Bungie’s blockbuster racks up huge sales in its first month

Two absolute behemoths landed on PlayStation Store last month, with Destiny: The Taken King coming out on top, boasting one of the largest week one digital totals ever. Elsewhere, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain made a healthy debut in third place, with Mad Max and PES 2016 also breaking the top 10.

See below for all the charts.


  1. Destiny: The Taken King (New)
  2. FIFA 16 (New)
  3. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (New)
  4. Rocket League (2)
  5. The Last of Us Remastered (RE)
  6. Mad Max (New)
  7. PES 2016 (New)
  8. Battlefield 4 (3)
  9. Driveclub (RE)
  10. Until Dawn (7)
  11. Minecraft (9)
  12. Goat Simulator (5)
  13. Grand Theft Auto V (RE)
  14. NBA 2K16 (New)
  15. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (RE)
  16. SOMA (New)
  17. Killzone: Shadow Fall (RE)
  18. NHL 16 (New)
  19. Monopoly Plus (RE)
  20. EA Sports UFC (13)

PS Vita:

  1. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories [PSP] (RE)
  2. GTA: Liberty City Stories [PSP] (20)
  3. Minecraft (6)
  4. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker [PSP] (RE)
  5. Resident Evil Revelations 2 (5)
  6. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars [PSP] (RE)
  7. Terraria (RE)
  8. Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment (15)
  9. Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (RE)
  10. Manhunt 2 [PSP] (RE)
  11. One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 (New)
  12. Midnight Club L.A. Remix [PSP] (RE)
  13. God of War: Ghost of Sparta [PSP] (RE)
  14. The Warriors[PSP] (RE)
  15. Tekken 6 [PSP] (RE)
  16. Star Wars: Battlefront II [PSP] (RE)
  17. FIFA 15 (1)
  18. Metal Gear Solid HD Collection (RE)
  19. Gran Turismo [PSP] (RE)
  20. Titan Souls (RE)


  1. Destiny: The Taken King (New)
  2. FIFA 16 (New)
  3. Grand Theft Auto V (RE)
  4. Red Dead Redemption (RE)
  5. Minecraft (3)
  6. Grand Theft Auto IV (RE)
  7. Goat Simulator (6)
  8. Max Payne 3 (RE)
  9. Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars (5)
  10. PES 2016 (New)

PS one and PS2 Classics:

  1. Crash Bandicoot (2)
  2. Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped (1)
  3. Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (3)
  4. Metal Gear Solid (5)
  5. CTR: Crash Team Racing (4)
  6. Canis Canem Edit (RE)
  7. Spyro The Dragon Trilogy (8)
  8. Rayman (RE)
  9. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (6)
  10. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (RE)
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Just a heads up, may want to change this in the PS Vita list – Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (RE), it was a new release in September so should probably not be listed as a re-entry.

What time will the Star Wars Battlefront Beta be online to download?


Cheers, popped up just as I refreshed the Store too.

I wish SCEE would let us pre-load this stuff. They’re so backwards in customer standards and practises.

StevenJamesHyde 08 October, 2015 @ 15:48

TTK tops the PS3 charts despite accounting for less than 2% of all format sales… I guess there really is no-one buying PS3 games any more huh

Guys any update on price drop of Ps4 in EU region ?

supersmith2500 08 October, 2015 @ 16:50

The Taken King shouldn’t even count. It’s just an expansion pack.


In writing, yes, but it has it’s own separate release.

It’s depressing that the best selling games on Vita are in fact PSP games, I know if I said I would be crying out in vain but I wish we got some of the awesome games they bothered developing for PSP on to Vita like MGS, GTA or even a Final Fantasy.

Well… both Danganronpas 1 and 2 are also PSP games… so is SAO Infinity Moment which is part of our Hollow Forest.

Frankly speaking I spent most of time playing either PSP or PSX games on my Vita. And I DO prefer them as those didn’t feel so… well… average? mediocre? compared to most of Vita releases.

Although Q4 seems to be bountiful when it comes to good PSV releases. So I’m kinda hypped. Legend of Heroes, Dungeon Travelers 2, Persona 4DAN, SAO: Lost Song… and I still need to find some time and money for EU release of Xblaze and Blazblue.

So yeah… Q4 will be great time for Vita. It’s very rare moment with SONY being SONY.

Did you notice Tearaway Unfolded position?

Me neither.

Failed acording to PS Blog EU chart, PS Blog NA chart and GfK Chart-track.

Let’s hope that this will help some people realize something.

Tales From the Borderlands episode one is supposed to be free on consoles.

it is on the us playstation store, and the eu xbox store, and i would assume the us xbox store.

can you guess where it’s not free?

can you guess which company can’t manage to change the price when the developer makes the game free?

can you guess which company is that useless?

do i even have to ask that question?

of course if it was a vita title, us Europeans, and Australians and people from any other region unlucky enough to be lumbered with this joke of a company, would be screwed.


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