Famitsu's Japanese chart figures are now in for 10th - 16th August, revealing that Animal Crossing: New Horizons is once again sitting right at the very top.

The game managed to sell another 105,983 boxed copies this week, comfortably putting itself at number one and extending its lifetime sales lead over all other Switch games. Ring Fit Adventure also continues to perform well, coming in second this week with more than 26,000 sales.

There are no new entries in the top ten this week, but Nintendo will be pleased to see that eight games on the list are on Switch.

Here are the top 10 (first numbers are this week's estimated sales, followed by total sales):


1) [NSW] Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Nintendo) {2020.03.20} - 105.983 / 5.551.198
2) [NSW] Ring Fit Adventure (Nintendo) {2019.10.18} - 26.320 / 1.335.744
3) [NSW] Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics (Nintendo) {2020.06.05} - 25.245 / 322.200
4) [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo) {2017.04.28} - 25.032 / 3.105.860
5) [NSW] Paper Mario: The Origami King (Nintendo) {2020.07.17} - 20.978 / 222.575
6) [NSW] eBaseball Powerful Pro Baseball 2020 (Konami) {2020.07.09} - 16.444 / 190.925
7) [PS4] Ghost of Tsushima (Sony Interactive Entertainment) {2020.07.17} - 14.953 / 345.317
8) [NSW] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo) {2018.12.07} - 12.673 / 3.796.608
9) [NSW] Pokémon Sword and Shield (Pokemon Co.) {2019.11.15} - 12.603 / 3.703.045
10) [PS4] Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. MaxiBoost On (Bandai Namco Games) {2020.07.30} - 10.065 / 151.390


Nintendo also impressed on the hardware front this week, with both Switch consoles selling a combined total of 148,699 units. For comparison, the end-of-generation PS4 family of systems sold 3,301. Here are this week's figures, followed by lifetime sales in brackets:

Nintendo Switch: 120,268 (12,339,275)
PlayStation 4: 2,695 (7,639,486)
PlayStation 4 Pro: 606 (1,571,057)
Xbox One S: 19 (21,483)
Xbox One X: 28 (20,731)

Nintendo Switch Lite: 28,431 (2,507,237)
New Nintendo 2DS LL: 1,141 (1,141,631)
New Nintendo 3DS: 32 (5,888,332)

< Last week's charts (actually two weeks ago thanks to missing data).

Any surprises this week? Let us know in the comments.

[source famitsu.com, via resetera.com]