Famitsu’s most wanted games – April 21, 2024

The latest Famitsu’s most wanted games chart has been released, and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door continues to hold strong at the second spot. The chart is based on votes cast between April 3 and April 9, giving us a glimpse into the most anticipated games by players.

At the top of the chart is Monster Hunter Wilds for the PS5, with an impressive 578 votes. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door for the Nintendo Switch closely follows in second place with 546 votes. The third spot is taken by Pragmata for the PS5 with 398 votes, showing a strong interest from players.

SaGa Emerald Beyond for the Nintendo Switch secures the fourth spot with 294 votes, while Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes for the PS5 closely follows with 292 votes. Sand Land for the PS5 takes the sixth position with 265 votes, showing a variety of gaming preferences among players.

The Nintendo Switch sees a good representation on the chart, with titles like Pokemon Legends: Z-A, Professor Layton and the New World of Steam, and Powerful Pro Baseball 2024-2025 making appearances. These titles have garnered 191, 189, and 164 votes respectively, showing a diverse range of game genres that players are looking forward to.

Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD for the Nintendo Switch and Gundam Breaker 4 for the PS5 also make appearances on the chart, indicating a mix of old and new titles that players are eagerly anticipating. Romance of the Three Kingdoms 8 Remake for the Nintendo Switch and Tokyo Spell Carnival for the Nintendo Switch round up the chart with 85 and 58 votes respectively, showcasing a variety of gaming interests among players.

In addition to the top 30 most wanted games chart, related posts have also been highlighted for players to explore. With a mix of new releases, remasters, and sequels, the gaming industry is buzzing with excitement as players eagerly await the arrival of their favorite titles. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door continues to capture the hearts of players, maintaining a strong position on the chart and building anticipation for its release on the Nintendo Switch.