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Considering I'm having casual a conversation. Which one should I choose? Are both correct?

We've had a lot of fun off this game

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We've had a lot of fun out of this game

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To me the first one sounds wrong. The second one is better. It probably wouldn't sound wrong in a conversation but when thinking about it, it seems slightly off. You could try:

"We've had a lot of fun with this game"

Some other options are available:

"We've had a lot of fun playing this game", "We've got a lot of fun out of this game." or "We've got a lot of fun from this game"

The last two options are British English. If you want American English, replace "got" with "gotten"

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These both statements seem grammatically wrong to me. I would rather say 'We had a lot of fun playing this game.' You need to address what you did with the game which was fun i.e. playing. You also do not need to use 'have' in this sentence.

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