Nintendo officially responds to the online complaints of N64 Nintendo Switch
In case you in some way you missed it, Nintendo Switch Online recently received a quite significant pay update in the form of a subscription to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack that added Nintendo 64 titles and Sega Genesis at the service. That said, the addition was not exempt from problems with fans who complained about the quality of the emulation and the mapping of buttons, for example. However, there may be a positive side, since Nintendo is very aware of complaints and was officially addressed in a recent interview.
We constantly seek ways to improve our online functions and those games, and we continue adding value through more services and games as we moved, said Nintendo of America, Doug Bowler. Said The edge on Nintendo 64 in the online Nintendo Switch complaints. We take the comments very seriously, and we continue to look for ways to improve overall performance. For us, it is quality and excellent content at great value ».
At this point, it remains to be seen that any Nintendo could do to address the complaints, but for now, the problems persist. Since these are attached to a payment service, it seems that the best thing for the company would continue to be able to update them.
In general, these are Nintendo 64 video games to which players are currently access as part of the subscription to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack:
Super Mario 64 Mario Kart 64 Stella Fox 64 The history of Joshi The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time TIEBACK: covert operations Mario Tennis Dr. Mario 64 Decade and punishment
As noted above, the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack is currently available for $49.99 per year as an individual subscription, while the level of family membership costs $79.99 per year. The updated online service includes access to Nintendo 64 video games, video games of Sega Genesis and the recently launched Animal Crossing: New Horizons DLC. You can check all our previous Nintendo Switch online coverage in general here.
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