PSN Sales May 2014: 'Watch Dogs', 'Transistor' Lead The Way On PS4, 'Minecraft' Continues To Sell On PS3

By Matthew Buzzi , Updated Jun 06, 2014 04:34 PM EDT
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Sony has posted the best-selling titles on the PlayStation store for the month of May, and with several major titles in play, it's interesting to see where the biggest releases fell.

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Unsurprisingly given reports of its sales numbers, it's Ubisoft's Watch Dogs that takes the top spot for the PlayStation 4, followed by Transistor. Keep in mind Supergiant Games' latest title is only available on the PlayStation Store, while Watch Dogs is available at retail and on multiple systems.

Sony does not supply the number of copies sold, and the rankings are separated for each system. On PS3, Minecraft continues to lead the way, while Red Dead Redemption somewhat surprisingly beats out the last generation version of Watch Dogs. For the PS Vita, Muramasa Rebirth and Soul Sacrifice Delta edged Borderlands 2 for the top spot.

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The total sales for each system across digital and retail would likely look different, but here's your PSN rankings:

PS4:

1. Watch Dogs
2. Transistor
3. MLB 14 THE SHOW
4. Child of Light
5. Wolfenstein: The New Order
6. Trials Fusion
7. Daylight
8. Bound by Flame
9. Octodad: Dadliest Catch
10. Outlast

PS3:

1. Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition
2. Red Dead Redemption
3. Watch Dogs
4. Mortal Kombat
5. L.A. Noire
6. Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels
7. Tales of Symphonia Chronicles
8. Max Payne 3
9. Child of Light
10. Soul Calibur V

PS Vita:

1. Muramasa Rebirth
2. Soul Sacrifice Delta
3. Borderlands 2
4. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z
5. METAL GEAR SOLID: HD COLLECTION PS Vita
6. Persona 4 Golden
7. God of War: Collection PS Vita
8. Monster Monpiece
9. Guacamelee! PS Vita
10. Ys: Memories of Celceta

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