Famitsu most wanted for June 11th to 17th, 2020

Zelda stays at #1

Famitsu's most wanted Switch games for the week of June 11th, 2020 has been released, and the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild takes the #1 spot for Switch games for the 12th week in a row. Check out the top 40 most anticipated games from Famitsu for June 11th - 17th below!

Famitsu most wanted for Oct. 3rd to Oct. 9th, 2019

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE makes the rankings

Pokémon Sword & Shield continues to be the most wanted Switch game from Famitsu readers for the third week in a row! Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore takes a ranking for the first time at spot #11 based on votes. Check out the full list of Famitsu Most Wanted from October 3rd-9th below.

Pokémon Sword/Shield (Switch) – 678
Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Switch) – 416
Bayonetta 3 (Switch) – 297
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 (Switch) – 267
Shin Megami Tensei V (Switch) – 225
Ushiro (Switch) – 186
Luigi’s Mansion 3 (Switch) – 182
Rune Factory 5 (Switch) – 117
Momotaro Dentetsu ~Showa Heisei, Reiwa mo Teiban!~ (Switch) – 92
TRIALS of MANA (Switch) – 85
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE (Switch) – below 85
Super Robot Taisen X (Switch) – below 85

Level-5 says working on Ushiro will allow them to do things they can't do with the Yo-Kai Watch franchise

Just yesterday, we found out that Level-5 was going to bring their cancelled PSP horror title Ushiro to the Switch. Thanks to an interview with Level-5 president and CEO Akihiro Hino in this week's Famitsu, we have a lot more info on the project itself. Check out the details below.

Here are some quotes from the magazine:

- Hino says they are things they can do in Ushiro that theu can’t do in Yo-kai Watch
- they have new devs at the studio that are eager to make the game
- revisiting the project feels like working on a 'ghost game' or something mysterious

Level-5's cancelled PSP title Ushiro gets revived for Switch

All the way back in 2008, Level-5 was working on a horror title for the PSP called Ushiro. That game ended up getting cancelled, and not a peep has been heard since. That is, until this week's issue of Famitsu. The magazine has a Level-5 scoop that confirms the game is back in production, and now it's coming to Switch.

We'll have to wait for the full magazine feature to pop up online to get details, but at the very least, it's exciting to know this once-dead project is getting a second chance at life!


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