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Posted on Friday, May 13 @ 10:51:44 PST by

April was all about Portal Kombat. Valve's sequel was, no lie, one of the highest-rated games of this console generation. But it wasn't enough to test the might of NetherRealm Studio's new Mortal Kombat retelling, which sold just under 900,000 units in the United States throughout the month of April.

Portal 2 did fare well, sitting comfortably in the #2 spot. Here's the entire top 10 in software for the month of April 2011:
  1. Mortal Kombat (PS3, 360 - Warner)
  2. Portal 2 (PS3, 360, PC - EA)
  3. Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (PS3, 360, PC, Wii, DS - LucasArts)
  4. Call of Duty: Black Ops (PS3, 360, PC - Activision)
  5. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters (PS3, 360, Wii - EA)
  6. Crysis 2 (PS3, 360, PC - EA)
  7. Just Dance 2 (Wii - Ubisoft)
  8. Michael Jackson: The Experience (PS3, 360, Wii, DS, PSP - Ubisoft)
  9. Pokemon White Version (DS - Nintendo)
  10. NBA 2K11 (PS3, 360, PC, Wii, PSP, PS3 - Take-Two)

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