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Mario Golf is coming to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack on April 15th

Nintendo has been on a roll lately with additions to the Nintendo Switch Online retro libraries. Just about all of the retro libraries available on Nintendo Switch Online have received at least one additional game in the past month. And Nintendo has decided to continue that trend tonight.

Nintendo has announced that “Mario Golf is coming to Nintendo Switch for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack members on April 15th”. Nintendo of America tweeted the news on their official Twitter account, so you can see their tweet down below.

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    1. Other then Quest 64, which I do admit does have it’s charm, I completely agree. Especially Bomberman 64, but they need to add virtual memory packs. Although, I’d add Mario Party 2, no need to destroy the Joycon’s control stick.

  1. Not bad for the next game. I’m still waiting for Mario Party 2/3, Donkey Kong 64 (it’s on the Wii U VC, there’s no reason it can’t be on Switch too), Bomberman (64, The Second Attack, and Hero), Snowboard Kids 1 and 2, 1080 Snowboarding, and if we’re getting RareWare games, I’m really hoping to see Diddy Kong Racing, Jet Force Gemini, Banjo-Tooie, and Killer Instinct make it onto the service.

    1. There really are so many classic N64 titles missing in action on NSO. One wonders why they’re so stubborn about releasing just one per month

    2. Bomberman 64 & Second Attack, Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon, Ogrebattle 64, Perfect Dark, Aedyn Chronicles, & Battlezone 64: Rise of the Black Dogs would be greatly appreciated. Like Winback, I adored these games back in the 90s. Sadly, I’ve only beaten Bomberman 64 & Mystical Ninja. :/ (Second Attack’s final boss was a bitch. Couldn’t get past him. Same with Perfect Dark’s final boss. The fact they were rentals & I lacked a memory pak didn’t help matters, either.)

  2. Looks like Nintendo is going to complete ignore that this is Kirby’s anniversary. You’d think that they would at least give us a classic Kirby game.
    I’d also love to see Return to Dreamland, an up-rezzed collection of the 3DS games (modified for one screen, of course), and a Pink Game&Watch. But as they say: Wish in one hand and spit in the other.

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