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Top 5 games in each category for the Holidays were: Overall Category 1 Madden NFL 06 X360, PS2, Xbox, GCN, Sports PC, PSP, DS, GBA 2 Need for Speed Most X360, PS2, Xbox, GCN, Racing Wanted PC, PSP, DS, GBA 3 NBA Live 06 X360, PS2, Xbox, GCN, Sports PC, PSP 4 Call of Duty 2 X360, PC First-Person Shooter 5 Perfect Dark Zero X360 First-Person Shooter Xbox 360 1 Call of Duty 2 X360 First-Person Shooter 2 Perfect Dark Zero X360 First-Person Shooter 3 Project Gotham Racing 3 X360 Racing 4 Kameo: Elements of Power X360 Third-Person Adventure 5 Madden NFL 06 X360 Sports Xbox 1 Ninja Gaiden Black Xbox Third-Person Action 2 Far Cry Instincts Xbox First-Person Shooter 3 Star Wars Battlefront II Xbox Shooter 4 Burnout Revenge Xbox Racing 5 X-Men Legends II: Rise of Xbox Third-Person Apocalypse Action RPG PlayStation 2 1 Shadow of the Colossus PS2 Third-Person Adventure 2 Dragon Ball Z Budokai: PS2 Fighting Tenkaichi 3 Resident Evil 4 PS2 Third-Person Action Adventure 4 WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2006 PS2 Wrestling 5 Soulcalibur III PS2 Fighting Nintendo GameCube 1 Resident Evil 4 GCN Third-Person Action Adventure 2 Fire Emblem: Path of GCN Strategy RPG Radiance 3 Battalion Wars GCN Third-Person Action 4 WWE Day of Reckoning 2 GCN Wrestling 5 Dance Dance Revolution GCN Music Mario Mix PC 1 Civilization IV PC Turn-Based Strategy 2 F.E.A.R. PC First-Person Shooter 3 Call of Duty 2 PC First-Person Shooter 4 Age of Empires III PC Real-Time Strategy 5 Battlefield 2 PC First-Person Shooter PlayStation Portable 1 Grand Theft Auto: Liberty PSP Third-Person City Stories Action 2 WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW PSP Wrestling 2006 3 Burnout Legends PSP Racing 4 Madden NFL 06 PSP Sports 5 Star Wars Battlefront II PSP Third-Person Action Nintendo DS 1 Mario Kart DS DS Racing 2 Nintendogs DS Virtual Pet 3 Castlevania: Dawn of DS Action Sorrow Adventure 4 Animal Crossing: Wild DS Adventure World 5 Advance Wars: Dual Strike DS Turn-Based Strategy Nintendo GBA 1 Pokemon Emerald GBA Turn-Based RPG 2 The Legend of Zelda: The GBA Action Minish Cap Adventure 3 Final Fantasy IV GBA RPG 4 Fire Emblem: The Sacred GBA Turn-Based Stones Strategy RPG 5 Gunstar Super Heroes GBA Action
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