Animal Crossing for Nintendo Switch tops Japanese magazine Nintendo Most Wanted charts

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Our readers are no doubt excited for Animal Crossing on Nintendo Switch and it looks like Nintendo fans in Japan are just as pumped too!

Two major gaming magazines in Japan released their latest Nintendo Most Wanted charts recently, where they take votes from readers to compile the most wanted upcoming Nintendo games, and Animal Crossing on Nintendo Switch topped both lists.

In the case of Nintendo Dream, it was a deadlocked tie race between Animal Crossing and Pokemon with Fire Emblem in a distant third place. With Famitsu’s list, Animal Crossing again topped the list with Fire Emblem in a fairly close second place finish.

Here are the top ten charts from each magazine:

Nintendo Dream

  1. Doubutsu no Mori (Switch) – 29.1%
  2. Pokémon Series New Work (Switch) Р29.1%
  3. Fire Emblem: Fuuka Setsugetsu (Switch) – 20.7%
  4. Keito no Kirby Plus (3DS) – 16.3%
  5. Luigi Mansion 3 (Switch) – 10.3%
  6. Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete S (Switch) – 8.9%
  7. Yoshi Craft World (Switch) – 7.9%
  8. Bokujou Monogatari Series New Work (Switch) – 7.9%
  9. Bayonetta 3 (Switch) – 6.9%
  10. Yokai Watch 4 (Switch) – 4.4%


  1. Doubutsu no Mori (Switch) – 613
  2. Fire Emblem: Fuuka Setsugetsu (Switch) – 454
  3. Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete S (Switch) – 440
  4. Shin Megami Tensei V (Switch) – 410
  5. Bayonetta 3 (Switch) – 392
  6. Yokai Watch 4 (Switch) – 310
  7. Ushiro (Switch) – 306
  8. Super Robot Taisen T (Switch) – 270
  9. Keito no Kirby Plus (3DS) – 224
  10. Luigi Mansion 3 (Switch) – 194

Time for Nintendo to capitalize on this excitement and release the first trailer for Animal Crossing on Nintendo Switch soon! Thanks to Japanese Nintendo for sourcing these lists.

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