Not for many years now on Nintendo consoles, Banjo Kasui Nintendo is getting ready to switch back. No, unfortunately not with the new game, but with the port of the original version for the Nintendo 64. Definitely thanks for the expansion pack of the second game welcome online service. Original console from the 90s.
Let’s go to the queue: It was launched last week Paper Mario64, Nintendo Switch Online The first game of the Nintendo 64 era. Today, however, came the second announcement, that of Banjo Kazooie. The title was created by Rare at the time and will arrive on Kyoto House’s hybrid console in 2022, more precisely only in January. “It’s a pleasure to watch the game on the latest Nintendo console, thereby providing a more sophisticated way to play it again (with Xbox game pass and rare replay)”, The development committee said in a statement issued on the sidelines of the announcement.
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Rare today is in the hands of Microsoft and the original Banjo Kazooie has already been included in another package, Rare reprint precisely. The special collection was launched in 2015, apparently exclusively on the Xbox One and is currently available practically everywhere, but only on Redmond House consoles. The collection includes a series of games from the British Development Team, From the 2D Classic to the modern Xbox 360 titles.
In addition to Banjo Kazooie, Additional titles will be added to the Nintendo Switch online catalog owned by Nintendo 64 over the next few months. These include Confirmed Pokemon Snap, The Legend of Zelda: Majorus Mask, Kirby 64 and F-Zero X. We will obviously wait for this, which will definitely come in the next few weeks as the release date approaches.
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