There will be 9 Nintendo 64 games and 14 SEGA Genesis games when the expansion launches in October.
Nintendo announces a new “expansion pack” that allows users to play Nintendo 64 and SEGA Genesis games on Nintendo Switch Online. Keep in mind, those games are not available in the standard package of Nintendo Switch Online. You have to pay extra to gain access to the N64 and Genesis games.
There will be 9 Nintendo 64 games and 14 SEGA Genesis games when the expansion launches in October. Obviously, Nintendo will add more games in the future, including Banjo Kazooie, Pokémon Snap, and The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. It’s worth noting that the games available in the expansion will support online multiplayer.
Here are the current Nintendo 64 and SEGA Genesis games that you can play on Nintendo Switch Online.
- Super Mario 64
- Mario Kart 64
- Star Fox 64
- Yoshi’s Story
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
- Mario Tennis
- Dr. Mario 64
- Sin and Punishment
- Castlevania: Bloodlines
- Contra: Hard Corps
- Dr Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine
- Ecco the Dolphin
- Golden Axe
- Gunstar Heroes
- Phantasy Star IV
- Shining Force
- Shinobi III
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2
- Streets of Rage 2
In case you didn’t know, Nintendo Switch Online is a subscription that allows you to play games online on the console. Not only that, it allows you to play classic NES and SNES games on the modern platform.
Relive the glory days with authentic Nintendo 64 and SEGA Genesis wireless controllers. Both will be available for purchase for $49.99 each to any #NintendoSwitchOnline members. Stay tuned for more information to come. pic.twitter.com/MENafDLLRs
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 23, 2021
New Nintendo 64 and SEGA Genesis Controllers
Related to the previous news, Nintendo also announces that they are selling new Nintendo 64 and SEGA Genesis wireless controllers for Nintendo Switch Online members. Both will be priced at US$49.99 each.
However, there is a unique version of the SEGA Genesis wireless controller that’s only available in Japan. The controller will have six buttons for the users in Japan, instead of the 3 buttons version available in the rest of the world.
— 任天堂株式会社 (@Nintendo) September 23, 2021
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