Do you have money to spend but you don't know what to buy? Or maybe you just want to find a way to play Switch content for free. Either way, there are plenty of demos to try out on your console. Our best list has options for everyone, whether you're an athlete or a Wario fan.
game builder garage
The Game Builder Garage game is a bit meta, but still fun nonetheless. Have fun easily creating your own games and levels. Building in this game is very user-friendly and is designed so that anyone can get started and get used to it in no time. Whether you're making a racing game or a classic platformer, you're bound to find something for you.
Fitness Boxing 2: rhythm and exercise
This fitness game is a great choice for a demo because it basically lets you try out the game with enough time to work out quickly! Unlike the Ring Fit, this Nintendo is low-tech, requiring only your joy-cons to play. Put on some comfy gym clothes, fire up your Switch, and get boxing!
If you've ever wanted to play with all the Miis you've spent time creating, look no further than Miitopia. You can further customize their styles, play on virtual boards with friends, and play multiplayer video games. This demo choice is best for anyone who wants to try out a game with other players.
Rise of the Monster Hunter
The experience you get in Monster Hunter Rise is quintessential for anyone looking for an immersive action RPG. Not only is it a hit in the genre, but the game is also well known for its unique enemies and their designs. Battle all manner of horribly cool monsters in Kamura Village with your trusty dog, Palamute.
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Metroid Dread is part of a classic franchise that is sure to appeal to gamers who enjoy new or retro titles. Traverse planet ZDR as the tough Samus, dodging enemies and getting caught up in the action at every turn. The demo gives just enough insight to get you hooked on this action-adventure video game.
Bravely Default II
This fantasy game brings a breath of fresh air to an often wild and luminous Nintendo universe. The soothing sketched art style and smooth mechanics make for a fun gaming experience to try. Since the action in Bravely Default II is turn-based, there's no pressure to rush with the gameplay.
If you often don't know what you want to play, WarioWare: Get It Together! is a perfect choice. Choose from dozens of microgames that provide endless entertainment. All of the minigames packed into the greatest video game are goofy and fast-paced. Choose from a variety of characters to be your avatar in this chaotic world.
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