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Japan: Famitsu readers most wanted Nintendo Switch games

The latest edition of Weekly Famitsu magazine is now with subscribers and the latest Nintendo Switch most wanted charts have been published. There’s no change at the top for the highly-anticipated The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 which has an impressive 554 votes this week. Here’s the currently announced Nintendo Switch games Famitsu readers are looking forward to the most.

  1. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 (Switch) – 554
  2. Shin Megami Tensei V (Switch) – 475
  3. Bravely Default II (Switch) – 442
  4. Bayonetta 3 (Switch) – 419
  5. Momotaro Dentetsu ~Showa Heisei, Reiwa mo Teiban!~ (Switch) – 286
  6. Ushiro (Switch) – 268
  7. Rune Factory 5 (Switch) – 254
  8. Pro Yakyuu Famista 2020 (Switch) – 210
  9. Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy (Switch) – 205
  10. New Pokémon Snap (Switch) – 201
  11. Shin Megami Tensei III NOCTURNE HD REMASTER (Switch) – 196
  12. Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin (Switch) – 182
  13. KAMEN RIDER memory of heroez (Switch) – below 95
  14. Cadence of Hyrule:Crypt of the NecroDancer feat. The Legend of Zelda (Switch) – below 95
  15. METAL MAX Xeno Reborn (Switch) – below 95


6 thoughts on “Japan: Famitsu readers most wanted Nintendo Switch games”

  1. So Nintendo, the people want BotW 2 the most. You think maybe it might be a good time to say something, ANYTHING, about the game’s status? Even a scrap of info would be nice right about now.

  2. I never liked breath of The wild… The zelda essence was totally removed. I felt completely lost and lonely in that game.

    I truly wish zelda Will go back to The ocarina of time style but i know If probably wont happen :(

  3. I’m skeptical that (similar to the Wii U), BotW2 will be available on all Switch hardware. However, the premier experience will be on this new Switch 2/Pro/etc., leaving Switch1 owners with subpar loading times, frame rate issues, and/or washed graphics. Time well tell.

    I’d love for Nintendo to release a at-home only Switch that will be able to keep up with third party games such as Witcher and not seem so watered down so to speak.

    1. Imo, an at-home only Switch misses the point of the Switch in general. The heart of the Switch is being able to take console-quality games on the go, and taking that away to focus on power doesn’t seem like something Nintendo would do.

      I do expect a minor CPU/RAM upgrade to the Switch whenever the inevitable Pro model comes out though (and I wouldn’t be surprised if newer games on the OG Switch would struggle quite a bit after that point given how certain later 3DS games were)

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