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Which game should I get?

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Hi, I want to get a new game for my Switch and I don't know which game to get out of , Mario Kart 8, Splatoon 2, Hyrule Warriors or Xenoblade.

Please help me decide.

Thanks.

 

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That's a tough one, I'm assuming you already have Zelda. I say Splatoon 2 if you want to have fun playing online all the time and having alot of replayability. But if you want a really rich single player experience go for Xenoblade. I also hear Hyrule warriors is great though! Id probs go with Splatoon or Hyrule warriors as I have the other 2.

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Mario Kart is a lot of fun, you can play online but I find it better as a couch co op.

Splatoon is great fun, but it's basically just an online multiplayer. Keep in mind that come this fall we're expecting that you will have to pay for Nintendo's online services which if you don't want to do may render Splatoon all but useless to you.

I haven't played Hyrule Warriors, hack and slash games tend to not be my jam but I've heard good things and eventually I will pick it up.

Xenoblade looks great as well, I haven't got it yet only because I'm trying to collect a variety of type of games, for now BotW fills the open world spot I have in my collection.

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I have a few suggestions:

Octopath Traveler

Mario+Rabbids

Lego city undercover

Sonic Mania plus

Rime

Batman: the taletell series

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