Fairy Tail is a decent RPG experience, designed almost exclusively with fans in mind
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Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition is without a doubt, the best way to experience Shulk's story and manages to earn a place as a standout title in the Switch's overall library
Mega Mix offers a lot for Switch owners to enjoy, even if the title doesn't live up to the standard the series has set for itself
Alongside essentially being a new IP here in the West, Granblue Fantasy Versus bring a lot of new ideas with it which for the most part, work out in the end.
With non-stop action and a near limitless amount of customization. Daemon X Machina is a great mech game that now looks better than ever before.
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While it lacks in variety, Heroland serves up an original idea that is almost sure to give RPG fans a laugh along with a taste of something new, yet familiar
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening fits right at home on the Switch, feeling like a fresh title despite being over twenty years old