With 2021 tirelessly dragging us into each other and the switch constantly gaining followers, it goes without saying that this year’s most downloaded games in the Middle Ages did just that. Respective publishers. It is time to name and congratulate the winners who have been demoted.
On what topics do Japanese players keep their titles? If you have not yet slept, be sure (and think about examining your insomnia) Nintendo has unveiled a ranking of popular topics among eShop visitors in the first half of 2021.
Following a time when a few classic favorites pass by without any harm, the islanders are reminded that there is nothing more effective than the families’ J-RPG to occupy themselves in long months of imprisonment:
- Monster Hunter Rise
- Within us
- Momodaro Dentetsu: Showa, Heisi, Reiva Mo Teipan!
- Fury of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser
- Human Fall Flat
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
- New Pokemon Snap
- Super Smash Brothers Ultimate
- The story of the pioneers of the city of Olive
- 51 Worldwide Games
- The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild
- Animal Crossing New Horizons
- Too much cooked! 2
- Splatoon 2
- Exercise Boxing 2 Rhythm & Exercise
- Super Mario Party
- Rune Factory5
- Dragon Quest III
- Dragon Quest XI S
Surprisingly, Monster Hunter is constantly forced to obtain a license for Capcom, which hunts in highly populated lands. Japan
With nine titles in the top 20, Nintendo operates in an apparently royal manner, allowing the console to slip more than four years from release. Do you think that is a return to safe values? The opposite is not true of Square Enix: 33 years after the thunderous arrival at Femicam, Dragon Quest III is a reminder of the loyalty of the Japanese people, and it too must succeed without justifying the recent announcement of an HD2D remake.
You can find the rest of this ranking on the official Nintendo Japan website and reveal a list of the titles you have played the most, as defined in the comments below.
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