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  1. Thanks to the amount of Christmas money I received, I decided to buy a Nintendo Switch earlier this month, along with Breath of the Wild, Super Smash Bros Ultimate, and Three Houses. Our family had a lot of fun messing around with the new options for creating Mii's, and the ability to switch from the television to handheld and back again is amazingly convenient. However, the only multiplayer game we have right now is Smash, and, well, my years of experience with the series makes it difficult for me to participate without it becoming a curb-stomp battle, and when they play against each other, the faster pace has thrown them off several times. We actually hooked up the Wii after a few rounds of Smash to play together that way. I think my family could have a lot of fun playing on the Switch together, but I'm wondering what are some good party games, multiplayer games, and/or family friendly games in general that we could play together? I have bought the Mega Man X Legacy Collection off the E-shop when it was on sale (before realizing it has been a long time since I've last played a platformer, and I'm out of practice), so I am fine with purchasing E-shop titles, even if I'd prefer physical copies. I don't plan on getting Nintendo's online service, so that is off the table if a game relies on it.
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