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After a couple of weeks with limited top 40 games in the UK, Nintendo has a few different titles making their mark in the most recent chart results in the country.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE made its debut last week and secured a top 20 position, landing in 18th place in the all-format charts (16th single-format). It's not a mind blowing result, but considering the platform and niche nature of the release it's heartening to see that some have put down the cash for the Atlus / Nintendo collaboration.

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Further down the charts Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games returned to the top 40 thanks to the arrival of the Wii U iteration; Chart-Track is treating it as a dual release and counting their results together. Both titles combined secured 30th place in the all-format chart, while the new Wii U version charted at 32nd in the single-format results.

Five 3DS Nintendo Selects titles also arrived, with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D leading the way in the extended range by securing an impressive 26th place in the single-format charts, and 34th in the all-format stakes. In fact, it was the only title in the new Selects range to make the top 10 in the 3DS-only chart, so the other four freshly discounted titles fell rather flat.

The Wii U chart also had a couple of interesting new arrivals that struggled to set the charts alight. Terraria entered the Wii U-only chart in 6th place, with Mighty No. 9 one position further back in 7th. Considering the modest general sales of Wii U games those titles are unlikely to have moved many units in the UK.

So there you have it, UK chart results with a little more intrigue than normal.