A new list details all of the launch and future N64 and SEGA Genesis games for Nintendo Switch Online, including a couple of Japan exclusives.
Its a good start but if we go by the other two consoles theyve added we shouldnt expect much overall. I personally would’ve preferred gameboy ports over sega as well.
The sega games they offer in a sun are essentially the sega games in pretty much every sega collection release on every device since Dreamcast and that’s bafoonery to be excited for that.
Don't like it, Don't sub. It's that simple. We asked for N64 games, now we getting it, people still complain, we also get some Sega classics unexpectedly..complain. I bet they only add $10 more for a year, and that would make it $30 for a year, even at $35 a year is a good deal.
Boring ... would still use an emulator
Good lineup, although i am missing Wave Race 64.
I guess those who are gonna pay can enjoy more of the waiting around for Nintendo to add games to yet another lackluster service
No need for this crap so Nintendo can keep milking us out of $$ , they will do so with every console generation. Check out ETA Prime on anything emulation https://youtu.be/ekYAAzmPyl... then torrent all the Nintendo roms you like, use an emulator on PC or get yourself a good SBC like an Odroid N2 for N64 emulation and anything else you like to play on it 😁🎮
So apparently the fine folk in the the pal region are getting the pal roms so 50hz bordered. This after the wii u vc backlash that led to Nintendo finally using the USA roms so we got full speed. Ridiculous.
I wonder how much of the future roster Nintendo will update they rarely update the NES and SNES rosters as is. As for the Genesis roster besides MUSHA every other game is either in a Genesis Collection disc or on the Mini Genesis Sega is missing out not tapping into SMS or Game Gear. And Nintendo is missing out not tapping into the Game Boy library whether Game Boy Colour, Game Boy Advanced so many great games are also in those libraries as well.
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