3 More Nintendo 64 Games We Want on Switch Online
Ok, so Nintendo has officially announced that Nintendo 64 games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online, but only announced a handful of titles that will actually be available on the system. So, not taking into consideration the upcoming titles Nintendo announced – such as Majora’s Mask – here are three titles we want to see on Nintendo Switch Online!
If Rare and Nintendo can come together to release Banjo-Kazooie on Nintendo Switch Online, they surely can release Banjo-Tooie as well, right? While I have an affinity for a lot of the courses in Banjo-Kazooie, I will openly admit that I enjoyed the sequel experience even more, especially playing the shooting game from the Aztec course and the mine course!
Since we are getting Banjo-Kazooie at launch this October, we cannot imagine that Banjo-Tooie is very far behind. After all, if you are going to add one title to the service, why not add the other one too, right?
Donkey Kong 64
Rare again, and yes this is also possible. See, as we said above, if Rare and Nintendo can connect on Banjo-Kazooie, they can connect on this one as well. While a very polarizing title, Donkey Kong 64 was one of my favourite games on the Nintendo 64, even more so than Super Mario 64. Blasmey you say – that could be true, but I dropped way more hours into Donkey Kong than I ever did into Super Mario 64.
And this is partially due to the 4 player battle mode that my brothers and I played to death! And just imagine being able to play that online via Nintendo Switch Online. If they can bring that feature to Mario Kart 64, they can bring that feature to Donkey Kong 64 as well.
Mario Party 1, 2, and 3
Ok, yes – we are getting Mario Party Superstars later this month, and it will feature boards and games from the Nintendo 64 titles, but I swear…if the Wild West level isn’t apart of the Superstar package, I want it available via Nintendo Switch online.
And again, online play could be enabled here just like in Mario Kart 64. Either add all the content to Superstars, or give us this as well, Nintendo!