All Nintendo Switch Online N64 Games Confirmed So Far (VIDEO)
Having already brought the original NES and Super NES consoles onto the gaming service, Nintendo Switch Online has now added Nintendo 64 into the fold with a number of classic playable games. As part of the platform’s premium Expansion Pack tier, titles from Big N’s beloved 5th-generation console (as well as the SEGA Genesis) can now be enjoyed on modern hardware, releasing alongside Switch-enabled replicas of the system’s retro controllers.
With pricing starting at $50 USD per year, N64 games come with all the usual features presented by Nintendo Switch Online, as well as save states, a nifty rewind feature, and online multiplayer for supported titles. Though the pricing and emulation quality of the tier wasn’t received well at launch, Nintendo has promised to properly review and improve the service over time, alongside the regular addition of more games. A full list of each confirmed N64 game can be found down below.
New To Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack
- Pokémon Puzzle League (added on July 15th)
Nintendo Switch Online N64 – Full List
- Dr. Mario 64
- F-Zero X
- Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
- Mario Golf
- Mario Kart 64
- Mario Tennis
- Paper Mario
- Pokémon Snap
- Sin & Punishment
- Star Fox 64
- Super Mario 64
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
- The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
- Win Back: Covert Operations
- Yoshi’s Story
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