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UK charts: Super Mario Maker 2 dethrones Crash Team Racing

The latest video game charts have yet to be published. However, Christopher Dring who is one of the writers at, has revealed that Super Mario Maker 2 for Nintendo Switch has beaten Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fuelled to be this week’s number one video game. We shall publish the full charts here once they come in. Here’s what he says about the game’s success, as well as information about the newly released, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night.

Here is the UKIE/GfK Top Ten for the week ending June 29th:

Last WeekThis WeekTitle
New1Super Mario Maker 2
12Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled
New3F1 2019
85Mario Kart 8
56Red Dead Redemption II
77Grand Theft Auto V
348Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
179Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
1110Super Smash Bros Ultimate


6 thoughts on “UK charts: Super Mario Maker 2 dethrones Crash Team Racing”

  1. I’m honestly having so much fun with this game. Although the online kinda sucks and you can’t play with friends online, those are both fixable issues. I can’t wait to see what kinds of things people come up with in time!

  2. That’s really impressive bloodstained selling like that for switch. Now bring on those patches to improve the experiences.

    MM2 is just pure genius. It’s like a bottomless game of endless fun.

  3. Bloodstained sold best on switch yet was the last platform prioritized with a terrible port. Hope those devs have got their priorities straight now.

    1. Bloodstained on the Switch isn’t that bad. I’ve already beaten it with 100% in every category, and am in the middle of a 2nd playthrough. It’s no where near as bad as people claim it is. They are way over-reacting to it needlessly. Also, the Switch version wasn’t originally part of the plan. They were originally going to make it for the Wii U. But, part way through development, they cancelled the Wii U version, and started on the Switch version. So the Switch version got a lot less time worked on it than the others, because of how late they started on it. Frankly, I’m surprised they were able to release it so close to the other version. I thought they would release it 6 months later, or something. Yes, it was released unfinished. Yes, it needs some patches to help it out. But no, it’s not nearly as bad as people claim. On my second playthrough, and I’m still not seeing nearly as many problems as there are complaints. Yes, it has some issues. But they aren’t nearly as bad as what’s been claimed.

      1. Well thanks for the input. I haven’t played it yet so I can only go by wt ppl are saying and it’s a lot of negative stuff for the switch port lol I bought it but I am holding off on starting until they release a patch since I just bought Mario maker as well. If I get impatient at least I’ll know it’s not that bad lol

      2. Apart from saying it ain’t all that bad which I can imagine is true. I’m not too concerned about 30 or 60 fps etc.
        As you have 100% the game, would you say it’s a really good game?

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