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    I have played 8 Switch games, those being Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, 1–2-Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Puyo Puyo Tetris, Arms, Super Mario Odyssey, Sonic Forces Demo, and Super Bomberman R. I will now give you the top 3.

    Number 1: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

    This may be a little biased, because I’ve been playing this series for 7 years, and I also have a little Mario Kart group/clan, but this game is just awesome. It’s only 60 bucks for all DLC+new characters, Battle Mode, and all characters unlocked. Extremely worth it.

    This game also never bores me, as every match is spiced up with unexpected elements. You never know when someone will pull triple red shells and completely destroy you.

    Number 2: Super Mario Odyssey

    Having only played this for around an hour, this game looks and feels phenomenal. The graphics (in my opinion. Don’t kill me because this is MY opinion.) are superior to Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, and the innovation of Cappy is amazing. Getting to control an enemy and playing the game in THEIR perspective with THEIR abilities is pretty darn cool.

    This game is also very nostalgic. There are sections in the game where you can jump in and play 2D classic Mario, with all the 8 bit sprites and everything. Mario can also wear different costumes that reference other Mario games like Super Mario Maker, Doctor Mario, and some obscure games that Mario has made appearances in.

    I love the Mario 64 costume.

    Number 3: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    This game looks AMAZING. Beyond Super Mario Odyssey. The storyline is very thought out and it really feels like a wild adventure. The gameplay is… interesting. It’s not the best, but it works pretty well. And being the only open-world game for Switch that I’ve played (Odyssey doesn’t count), this allows players to be free and do whatever they want. And that works very well in BoTW specifically because of the options: Shrines, creatures, go hunting, find rewarding suits and treasures; it’s just so… open. I still prefer Odyssey more, though, because I’ve never played The Legend of Zelda (yep I missed out. Replaying some Zelda games now.) and Mario has been a part of my life since I was 4. Therefore, this might be a bit biased.

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