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Binding of Isaac.

Difficult roguelike dungeon crawler. As you play, you unlock more items/characters/enemies/levels/bosses and the game just grows. Item synergy is the greatest draw for me e.g laser tears + homing tears = homing laser tears of death. Use a cheat sheet like this while you play, as synergies can work against you as well and ruin an entire run with one bad pickup. http://platinumgod.co.uk/afterbirth-plus

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Hollow Knight - Best metroidvania game ever made! The art is all hand drawn and fantastic. There are over 40 bosses. The game just goes on and on and on. And I mean that in a good way. Any other developer would have split it up into two games. There's that much content in it. The platforming and combat is excellent as well. Later levels rival Super Meat Boy in their platforming shenanigans. 

Into the Breach - A tactical game ala Advance Wars, or Fire Emblem. Except you are fighting giant bugs, and piloting a team a 3 mechs. This is grid based combat at it's absolute best! The rogue-like elements make it endlessly replayable. There are several teams of mechs as well as different pilots to try out. Each mech team has a theme, like fire, smoke, or throwing bugs. The game is perfect for the Switch, because a single game lasts only about 2-3 hours. The challenge is to beat the game with each mech team. 

Stardew Valley - A fantastic farming sim, fishing sim, life sim, and action dungeon crawler. This game combines the best elements of minecraft, animal crossing, and harvest moon. 

Enter the Gungeon  - Take it away Dunkey!

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Like others, I’ll definitely suggest Hollow Knight and since you played Octopath, Final Fantasy X is worth the replay.

Wait, there are people that don't have a backlog the size of the wall surrounding Nancy Pelosi's house? How is this possible?

drbunnig said:
mZuzek said:

I know I didn't say it, but it's my favorite game ever, so if you've never played it, well... do. The Switch version is hands down the best, too.

Aye, touch screen controls are a dream. Deffo worth the double dip.

Not sure about those, didn't play much in handheld mode to know and even then it felt a little awkward handling the console around moving one hand to the screen every now and then. But, them being available is in itself really awesome. For me, it was all about those motion controls. Huge improvement over the Wii version in that regard, and it comes without any of the downsides the Wii version had. In fact, it has all the upsides of every version, as well as a couple of its own. It's a godsend, really.

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You ever play Steamworld Heist? I'm playing 2nd time on Steam right now. Played and beat it on 3DS awhile back. If you like Turn Based Strategy then you'll like it. Sort of like Worms.

How do you feel about PS4/Xbox multiplats on Switch like Doom or Hellblade?

I know you mentioned you have an Xbox, so if you play mostly at home you might prefer to play those on a dedicated home console, but if you're open to playing these kind of titles on Switch, those are two of the best games available on the system IMO.

Although I haven't played Katana Zero myself, from what I've seen from reviewers and streamers it looks/sounds great and a lot of fun.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2


Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Play it now!