No wonder EA Mobile is happy...
Twelve of the 20 top grossing games in the UK App Store this week are based on console or PC brands.
In fact, the top four places in the chart are filled with console/PC-derived titles: Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars; Rock Band; Broken Sword: Director's Cut; and Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies.
Others in the Top 20 include Driver, Spore Creatures, The Sims 3, Championship Manager 2010, FIFA 10, Worms, Sonic the Hedgehog and Need For Speed Shift.
It's more evidence that despite constant talk of the pressure on publishers to cut their iPhone game prices to $0.99 (59p here in the UK) to compete with the hordes of casual titles, it's pricier console brands that are making the most money.
In fact, only three of the 20 Top Grossing games cost 59p this week: Doodle Jump, All-In-1 Gamebox and Trenches.
The average price of the Top 20 is £3.19, compared to an average price of £1.83 for this week's Top Paid Games chart on the UK App Store, which measures number of downloads rather than overall revenues.
EA Mobile has seven games in the 20 Top Grossing Games chart - the only other publisher to have more than one is Gameloft, which has two.
No wonder EA's Luca Pagano claims the publisher is "dominating" on iPhone, at least here in the UK. This week's UK Top Grossing chart is reproduced below: