I was wondering if those new download game cards that GAME is selling would have an impact on the Vita chart, apparently not since there's no sign of Crash Bandicoot raiding the charts. Perhaps they don't count, or no one cares. The top two remain unchanged and with Minecraft possibly delayed until September could stay there all month.
LEGO Ninjago makes a rather limp entry at 11 suggesting that the brick makers still need those licenses to have a big hit. Otherwise its the usual shuffling going on
1 = Killzone: Mercenary Sony 1 (last week's position) 48 (weeks on chart)
2 = Borderlands 2 2K Games 2 10
3 + Ratchet & Clank trilogy Sony 4 5
4 - Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Square Enix 3 20
5 + Tearaway Sony 8 37
6 + Assassin's Creed III Liberation Ubisoft 10 89
7 - Football Manager 2014 Sega 5 17
8 - Child of Light Ubisoft 6 5
9 - Fifa 14 EA Sports 7 45
10 + Uncharted: Golden Abyss Sony 14 123
11 new LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids Warner - 1
12 + Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Konami 20 73
13 - God of War Collection Sony 9 13
14 - LEGO Movie Videogame Warner 11 22
15 + LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Warner 16 37
16 + Sly Trilogy Sony 17 15
17 - LittleBigPlanet Sony 15 96
18 re Playstation Vita Pets Sony - 4
19 re Call of Duty: Black Os Declassified Activision - 77
20 - Virtua Tennis 4: Sega
Over on Amazon's most popular, thanks to the power of pre-orders, we have Minecraft probably way ahead, with Tales of Hearts R in second. That's a very good thing, as over the weekend I read a Bandai comment that the chances of us getting Tales of Innocence R depend of sales of Hearts.
I'll be guessing that Rogue Legacy is top of the Vita's PSN Top Sellers list, but I have no idea when that was last updated as Ragnarok Ace is still top.