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If you keep up to date with our regularly updated Japanese rankings, you will find that Nintendo Switch games occupied the entire top ten last week. This is actually a very common situation today, but it turns out that last week’s performance was even better than we thought.
The Japanese physical chart data released by Famitsu is divided into two waves-on Thursday, we can see the top ten, and then the full list of the top 30 will be released the next day.The top 30 list is now at, And Nintendo Switch has taken everything (thank you, Kamamatsu):
According to the game database’s description of this achievement as “unprecedented”, this is an extremely rare event.in a Social media posts, The game database explained that this is the first time that all the top 30 games have come from the same system since the top 30 started tracking all formats-the last known time of similar incident was November 1988, when the top 30 The name is entirely composed of Famicom games.
Since Sony is still in the transitional stage between several generations, and it is difficult to provide enough PS5 to meet the demand, the Japanese market is indeed the main force of the Switch. Maybe in the next few months, the top 30 closures will become more common?
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