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Nintendo Switch Online: More "Free" Games

Nintendo Switch Online: More “Free” Games

Nintendo adds extra “free” games to the Online Switch + Expansion pack. Again Posted by Twitter Announced, the five additional Sega Mega Drive Classic is now available to all members. It provides users with access to Thunder Force 2, ToeJam & Earl, Sword of Vermillion, Dynamite Headdy and Altered Beast. This adds up to five additional titles in the mega drive collection. At the launch of the subscription option in October this year, Sonic received 14 classics from Sega’s cult console, including Hedgehog 2, Streets of Rage 2, Ecco the Dolphin and Golden Ax.

Switch Online Retro Games + Expansion Pack

In addition to the mega drive classics, the offer also includes N64’s retro games. For example, Super Mario 64, Mario Kart 64, Star Fox 64 and Mario Tennis 64 are available through the service. Switch Online + Extension Pack subscribers will receive retro classics – with NES and SNES titles. However, at 39.99 euros per year, the expansion package is significantly more expensive than standard members (19.99 euros per year, with NES and SNES titles only).

Some titles, such as Mario Kard 64, support four players, multiplayer, local and online. In addition, the N64 and Mega Drive controllers have been released, with an extra retro feel to it. Most recently, the N64 Classic Paper was added to the Mario service. Banjo-Kazooie is expected to arrive in January 2022.

Switch Online is also a mega drive classic

  • Modified Animal (Sega, 1988)
  • Dynamite Heady (Sega / Treasure, 1994)
  • Vermilion Sword (Sega, 1989)
  • Thunder Force II (Technosoft, 1989)
  • Dojam & Earl (Sega, 1991)
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