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Latest Nintendo Switch eShop charts

The latest Nintendo Switch eShop charts have arrived, and as expected, there’s a new No.1 this week and it is none other than the recently released Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Pokemon Shining Pearl. The eShop charts count it as two separate entries so it is Pokemon Brilliant Diamond at No.1 and Pokemon Shining Pearl at No.2. Despite issues, it seems that the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy: The Definitive Edition was a popular digital purchase on Switch as the game holds at No.4. On the Download-only games charts it was the stellar Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic at No.1 followed by the popular spy multiplayer game, Among Us at No.2. Check out the Nintendo eShop charts for 21st November, 2021 down below.

Nintendo Switch eShop charts: All Games

1. Pokemon Brilliant Diamond
2. Pokemon Shining Pearl
3. Mario Party Superstars
4. Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition
5. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
6. Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl Double Pack
7. Shin Megami Tensei V
8. Animal Crossing: New Horizons
9. Minecraft
10. Among Us

Nintendo Switch eShop charts: Download-Only Games

1. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
2. Among Us
3. Unpacking
4. Stardew Valley
5. Ruined King: A League of Legend Story
6. Hollow Knight
7. Dicey Dungeons
8. Cattails
9. Crash Drive 3
10. AER: Memories of Old


6 thoughts on “Latest Nintendo Switch eShop charts”

  1. I long to wonder trade on the pearl remake. I stay away fro youtubers like Ruffledrowlit, Poketips Mike and Adrive because they put out false info.

    1. The fact that an utterly garbage broken remaster where the PS2 originals actually look and play significantly better, especially with modern hardware upscalers or emulators, is outselling an amazing RPG like SMT V in the U.S. is very disheartening and shows a lot about modern Western gaming tastes. Makes me proud I’m a weeb.

  2. Sad to see SMTV debuting at number 7. Hope it picks up pace because their several-months long campaign to promote the game was spectacular.

    If they plastered “brought to you by the studio behind Persona”, I am sure it would have sold better.

    1. If you combine all the Pokemon versions together, SMTV is 5th which isn’t bad. As much as I love SMT, it is still pretty niche.

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