The PlayStation Store sales charts for April 2015 have been posted on both the US (North American) and EU PlayStation Blogs.

Well, the good news is that last month’s most anticipated newcomers Shovel Knight and Titan Souls have broken into both charts – albeit doing better on the North American chart (1st & 6th) than on the European one (7th & 20th).

As for the rest of the charted, well here they are in all their sale-induced glory;

North America

PSVita Top 10

  1. Shovel Knight
  2. Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate
  3. MLB 15: The Show
  4. Minecraft
  5. One Piece: Unlimited World Red
  6. Titan Souls
  7. Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment
  8. Hotline Miami
  9. Touch My Katamari
  10. Uncharted: Golden Abyss

Europe

PSVita Top 20

  1. FIFA 15: Legacy Edition (3)
  2. Dead or Alive 5 Plus (RE)
  3. Mortal Kombat (RE)
  4. Minecraft (5)
  5. WRC 4: FIA World Rally Championship (14)
  6. Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment (10)
  7. Shovel Knight (New)
  8. Dead Nation (7)
  9. Unit 13 (8)
  10. LittleBigPlanet (11)
  11. Silent Hill: Book of Memories (13)
  12. Terraria (RE)
  13. Rayman Origins (RE)
  14. Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD (15)
  15. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (19)
  16. Asphalt Injection (RE)
  17. The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season (RE)
  18. The Wolf Among Us: The Complete First Season (RE)
  19. Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (18)
  20. Titan Souls (New)

See any odd showings? Got something to say about a game that made it onto one of the lists?

Sound off in the comments below!

  • Nonscpo

    What is Uncharted doing in tenth place in NA? and why is Titan Souls dead last in the EU?

  • Buckybuckster

    To my friends across the pond…Fifa 15 number one?? I too love the beautiful game but these yearly legacy editions have got to go! EA will never give us a new built from the ground up game if we continue to buy this lazy rehash. Please can we exercise some restraint lol?

    With the flash sale going on this weekend, I fully expect the NA May charts to be skewed old skool. SS Delta and Freedom Wars for under $10 combined?? That’s insane in the best sort of way!