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Topic: Are Nintendo Switch Games Hard to Beat?

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LinkxPeach

Well, it just that Octopath Traveler, and Mario Tennis Aces is hard to beat. Does this apply to a lot of Nintendo Switch games?

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kkslider5552000

I've heard enough things about the final boss of Octopath Traveler to say most Switch games are easier than it at the very least.

But you're talking about a system that has thousands of games so that's...not an easy question to answer.

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No not really For the most part people don' really have a hard time with it, unless your planing on getting mario 3d all stars sunshine is going to rock your world.

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nerdface

Mario Tennis64 was brilliant, allowing 4-players without split screen, each team taking a turn in the back court.

I had high hopes for aces, but split screen ruined that game. Such a shame too!

I did not find octopath difficult, but it was fun for sure.

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Marcalous

Alot of the games I have are kind of tough, Cuphead, the games on nes and snes online are tricky too

Mario Maker 2 online is very hard most the time pause.

Depends what games you have mate, as long as you enjoy you will get better

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Mr-Fuggles777

Nintendo's first party games have the magical blend of being easy enough for younger gamers to pick up and enjoy fully while also including mechanics to test the skills of more serious gamers. Mario odyssey is a great example - its easy to complete the game but requires a lot of dexterity to collect all of the moons and 100%.

If you are looking for games to challenge yourself then Cuphead, Darksouls and Hollow Knight all spring to mind.

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Matt_Barber

I'll throw Fire Emblem Three Houses on maddening difficulty into the ring for anyone who wants a challenge.

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spiderman0616

Matt_Barber wrote:

I'll throw Fire Emblem Three Houses on maddening difficulty into the ring for anyone who wants a challenge.

I don't know--my first playthrough was a little tough, but I'm on my second playthrough now and being able to fully understand how the game works from the beginning makes it a LOT easier. Fortunately, that doesn't make it any less fun. If anything, the more I play it the more fun it becomes.

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SwitchForce

@LinkxPeach Games aren't made to be quick to finish nor so easy it's not worth playing. Alot depends on the type of gamer and how they play their games can be easy to hard. So alot depends on the gamer themselves how experienced they are at various games to complete or continue playing games.

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FlashBoomerang

Are things not hard/moderated dificulty like kirby and yoshi, and are games more challenging too like Octopath, monster hunter, Strikey Sisters, etc.

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TheLightSpirit

It depends on the games you like to play really. If you're talking about Yoshi Pokemon Kirby and the like then no. If however you're talking about games like Xenoblade Chronicles Hyrule Warriors you'll likely be playing them for a good while and difficulty with those games can vary and it can also depend on the type of Player that you are as well.

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