Nintendo Fans Rejoice: Two Classic Games Added to Switch Library for Free

Nintendo Fans Rejoice: Two Classic Games Added to Switch Library for Free

Exciting News for Nintendo Fans

Nintendo fans are in for a treat as two popular classics have been added to the N64 library on the Nintendo Switch at no extra cost. This exciting offer has generated a buzz among gaming enthusiasts.

Expanded Game Library

Every now and then, Nintendo treats its users by adding more games to its services, providing access to a plethora of titles at no additional charge. Recently, two classic N64 games have been introduced to the Nintendo Switch Online platform, much to the delight of fans.

What's on Offer?

The N64 library is a part of the premium Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack, priced at £34.99 / $49.99 per year. By subscribing to this service, gamers can enjoy a collection of over 200 classic games, including the latest additions.

New Additions

The first game to join the Nintendo Switch library is Extreme-G, a futuristic racing game that was originally released in 1997. With an impressive 82 rating on Metacritic, this game has garnered praise for its thrilling sense of speed.

Following suit is Iggy’s Reckin’ Balls, another racing title from 1998. Unlike traditional racing games, this one challenges players to overcome obstacles as they ascend a tower and race to the top, featuring unique gameplay elements like grapple hooks.

How to Access?

Gamers can access these new games through the N64 app, available for free download from the Nintendo Store directly on their console. To play these titles, users must first download the app and select the game of their choice. An active subscription to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack is required to launch the N64 app and enjoy these offerings.

Stay Tuned for More

For those eager to explore more fresh games on the Nintendo Switch, be sure to check out our Tales of Kenzera: Zau review. With Nintendo constantly expanding its game library, there's always something new and exciting to discover for fans of all ages.