Which Nintendo Switch Online N64 games do you want next?

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When the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack was announced, we were presented with a complete list of N64 games coming to the service. With Kirby 64 released this week (and only pokemon snap left in the queue), what do you hope to find in the second wave of Nintendo Switch Online N64 releases?


Because I love pain Castlevania: Dark Legacy. It really is one of the most terrifying 3D games that was available on the Nintendo 64, but who doesn’t love werewolves and skeletons on motorbikes! — Kazuma

I want Hey Pikachu!. Why? I want to see if I can somehow get it to work on the switch. Make me open the Nintendo Switch Online app on my phone whenever I want to (try to) tell Pikachu what to do! Let me relive the disappointment of seeing Pokémon ignore my requests! Besides, with all this lonely pandemic weather? I could use someone to “talk” and rework my statement.

…Probably Monogatari Hamster 64 can be fun too. — Jenny

A digital service like the Nintendo Switch Online N64 app offers the perfect opportunity to give a forgotten game another chance. Of course it helps if the game is that good! And if it ages gracefully, a rarity in the Nintendo 64 catalog. So my pick: Konami. Rakugakids.

The hand-drawn look of the characters and the environment is holding up very well! And it’s an original fighting game that fits in with Nintendo’s emphasis on two players for the NSO. Plus: Not much gender competition for this thing! (Though I wouldn’t complain if flying dragon instead spawns with the original campaign and gear.) – Graham

In truth, many of the games I want to include in the Switch Online N64 catalog are already in Nintendo’s original offering. Even Japan only sin and punishment. One thing that isn’t there yet, though? (also exclusive to Japan) custom bot.

She and her retinue Custom Robot V2, announced for service in Japan but never released anywhere, is a remarkably clean fusion of mechanical customization and JRPG-style world exploration. With an atmosphere that resembles a mixture pokemon and Armored Core, they stand out in an environment that makes any mecha game feel like a simulation or turn-based tactical game. — Josh

I fully agree with Josh who asks custom bot row. However, I have a different name in mind: Pilot Wings 64. The classic 3D flying game was one of the games released on the Nintendo 64. It has a lot of missions to complete using different equipment and vehicles. I can’t wait to get back to the nostalgic title again. — kiteboarding


Which Nintendo Switch Online N64 games do you want next? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter! And read our other hands-on roundtables for more thoughts from the Siliconera team.

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