The Japanese charts are in, with The Snack World Trejarers Gold Nintendo Switch port filling its belly with sales (and the top spot, just for good measure). It did so well it's knocked Kirby Star Allies off the number one position, although Splatoon 2 holds fast at three for another week.

Elsewhere, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe drops two places to number six, while The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey also drop two places each (although both are still very much in the top ten). Detective Pikachu has finally dropped out of the top 10, falling from ninth to 14th, while Pokémon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon also drops a place.

01(NEW) [NSW] The Snack World: TreJarers Gold – 35.655 / NEW
02(01) [NSW] Kirby Star Allies – 23.695 / 416.108 (-33%)
03(03) [NSW] Splatoon 2 – 18.729 / 2.232.305 (-14%)
04(NEW) [PS4] Death end re;Quest – 15.303 / NEW
05(02) [PS4] Far Cry 5 – 14.472 / 116.678 (-46%)
06(04) [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 12.415 / 1.473.250 (-10%)
07(NEW) [PS4] Cities: Skylines – PlayStation 4 Edition – 11.366 / NEW
08(06) [NSW] The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 6.990 / 954.532 (-18%)
09(07) [NSW] Super Mario Odyssey – 6.924 / 1.691.031 (-16%)
10(05) [PS4] Super Robot Wars X – 5.182 / 105.504 (-53%)
11(08) [PS4] Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom – 4.184 / 87.251 (-49%)
12(NEW) [PS4] Steins;Gate 0 – 4.087 / 60.990
13(12) [3DS] Pokémon Ultra Sun / Ultra Moon – 3.931 / 1.614.909 (-22%)
14(09) [3DS] Detective Pikachu – 3.837 / 68.392 (-45%)
15(19) [PS4] Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege – Advanced Edition – 3.700 / 38.976 (+3%)
16(11) [PS4] Monster Hunter: World – 3.640 / 2.003.054 (-30%)
17(10) [PSV] Super Robot Wars X – 3.340 / 63.946 (-49%)
18(18) [PS4] Like the North Star – 3.074 / 163.636 (-18%)
19(13) [NSW] Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition – 3.070 / 40.408 (-36%)
20(15) [PS4] Attack on Titan 2 – 2.822 / 52.102 (-39%)

And, for posterity's sake, here are the hardware figures, too. Switch's sales are actually up, while PS4 makes a small drop. Nintendo's console continues the trend of selling four times that of Sony's powerful hardware:

Switch – 36,308 (40,016)
PlayStation 4 – 9,491 (9,530)
New 2DS LL – 4,564 (5,006)
New 3DS LL – 3,366 (3,865)
PlayStation Vita – 2,921 (2,929)
PlayStation 4 Pro – 1,473 (4,970)
2DS – 616 (551)
Xbox One – 55 (72)
Xbox One X – 17 (47)

So what do you make of the Japan charts this week? We're really hoping The Snack World makes its way to the West. It just looks so tasty. Share your thoughts below!

[via resetera.com]