This weekâ€™s UK top 40 sees five new releases, with Super Mario Maker 2 leading the way.
The Switch exclusive had no trouble dislodging the multi-format Crash Team Racing, becoming Nintendoâ€™s fastest selling game of 2019 so far.
Crash Team Racing fell to #2. At #3 itâ€™s another new release â€“ Codemastersâ€™ F1 2019, which launched earlier than usual this year.
Despite the digital pre-order edition granting early access, SEGAâ€™s Yakuza spin-off Judgment managed to make #4. Thatâ€™s pretty good going.
Familiar faces occupy positions #5, #6 and #7 â€“ Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, RDR2 and GTA V.
At #8 itâ€™s a re-entry for Assassinâ€™s Creed Odyssey, up from #34 thanks to a price cut.
The Switch release of Bloodstained helps the Castlevania alike break the top ten at #9 (the PS4/XO versions entered at #17 last week). GI.biz reports the Switch versionâ€™s week one sales were more than the Xbox One and PS4 versions combined.
At #10 itâ€™s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Incidentally, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildÂ missed out on a top ten placing by just 28 copies.
As for the remaining new releases, Lovecraftian detective thriller The Sinking City â€“ which currently has a lukewarm 63% Metacritic â€“ entered at a respectable #12, while Car Mechanic Simulator parked up at #23.