Home Nintendo Japan: Latest Famitsu readers most wanted video games

Japan: Latest Famitsu readers most wanted video games

Japan: Latest Famitsu readers most wanted video games

If you’ve been questioning which video games Japanese customers have been trying ahead to essentially the most then marvel no extra as the most recent Famitsu readers most needed charts have been printed. There’s no change on the high for Tales of Arise for the PlayStation Four and it’s as soon as once more adopted by the long-awaited subsequent entry in The Legend of Zelda franchise, Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2. Check out the highest ten down beneath:

1. [PS4] Tales of Arise – 737 votes
2. [NSW] Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 – 606 votes
3. [NSW] Bravely Default II – 517 votes
4. [PS4] Ghost of Tsushima – 504 votes
5. [PS4] Cyberpunk 2077 – 485 votes
6. [NSW] Bayonetta 3 – 469 votes
7. [NSW] Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition – 411 votes
8. [NSW] Shin Megami Tensei V – 403 votes
9. [NSW] Ushiro – 390 votes
10. [PS4] The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari no Kiseki – 336 votes


Must Read

Street Fighter 5 gets one final season of DLC before we can move on to Street Fighter 6

Street Fighter V launched way back in 2016 to a somewhat muddy response, and while the game’s gotten a heck of a lot more fully-featured thanks to both free and paid updates, fans have been eager for a fresh start for the iconic series. You’re going to have to wait at least a bit longer for Street Fighter 6, though – a fifth and final season of SFV content is still on the way.

Grand Theft Auto 6 publisher refutes speculation about launch date

There was a solid reason to suspect that Grand Theft Auto 6 might be planned for launch in 2023 or 2024, but that speculation is off the mark, according to publisher Take-Two. The GTA 6 release date could come during that window, but you shouldn’t be making any substantial bets on that idea.

A New Avalanche Studios Group Liverpool Location Opens in June

A couple of months after rebranding, Avalanche Studios Group is preparing to expand its operations further. The company’s next location will call Liverpool home in the United Kingdom. This Liverpool studio is on track to open in June with a team of five developers; recruitment should begin immediately to hire another 20 staffers. All who join will at first work remotely in accordance with the UK government’s coronavirus-related guidance. Over the next two years, Avalanche Studios Group hopes this particular team will grow to a total of 50 staff members.

PlayStation 5 Event Plans Axed Earlier This Year, SIE Wanted Professional Stream

Throughout this year, thus far, speculation about when Sony would host a PlayStation 5-centric presentation has been ongoing. Obviously, concerns regarding coronavirus halted many a plan. However, new information suggests that Sony itself pulled back a few times because executives didn’t want an “at-home” stream. They were instead insistent on holding something of a more professional quality, complete with a “massive studio” and several people.

Amazon France lists numerous unannounced Nintendo Switch games

It’s nearing that time of year when E3 would normally happen and game announcements would commence. Amazon France is the first company today to put up listings for a number of unannounced Nintendo Switch games from Nintendo and notable third party publishers such as Capcom and Ubisoft. It should be noted that Amazon France has apparently done this type of thing before in the past. Here’s a roundup of the games via ResetEra: