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Short Take: "Diablo II," "Star Wars" lead game sales

Role-playing game "Diablo II" and household simulation game "The Sims" were the top selling PC games the week of July 16-22, according to survey firm PC Data, while Nintendo 64 titles "Star Wars Episode 1: Racer" and "Jet Force Gemini" ruled with console gamers. The top five PC titles were rounded out by "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, 2nd Editon," "MP Roller Coaster Tycoon" and "Starcraft." Runner-up console titles were "X-Men Mutant Academy" for Sony's PlayStation, "World Series Baseball 2K1" for Sega's Dreamcast and "Kirby: The Crystal Shards" for Nintendo.

Role-playing game "Diablo II" and household simulation game "The Sims" were the top selling PC games the week of July 16-22, according to survey firm PC Data, while Nintendo 64 titles "Star Wars Episode 1: Racer" and "Jet Force Gemini" ruled with console gamers. The top five PC titles were rounded out by "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, 2nd Editon," "MP Roller Coaster Tycoon" and "Starcraft." Runner-up console titles were "X-Men Mutant Academy" for Sony's PlayStation, "World Series Baseball 2K1" for Sega's Dreamcast and "Kirby: The Crystal Shards" for Nintendo.