N64 online complaints finally get an answer from Nintendo
Nintendo Switch Online is a paid online solution of Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch, which provides numerous features for the console.
Nintendo Switch Online recently received an upgrade with the Nintendo Online extension subscription. But if it is possible with the extension kit to play the Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis games, those who have played what is available can say that it has not been the most enjoyable experience that can be. In fact, according to the players, there had been many problems with regard to the mapping of the buttons and the lack of good quality of emulation. Given the price that accompanies the service, it is not surprising that the players complained.
During an interview with The Verge, the president of Nintendo of America, Doug Bowler, commented on the question of quality. We take the comments very seriously, and we continue to seek ways to improve overall performance. For us, it is quality and content at a great price.
That s what players also want, but so far nothing seems to have been done. The answer seems a little vague on the promises and how the situation will be resolved. Considering that it is actually a paying service and a large volume, it should be in Nintendo s interest not only to solve the problem, but also to upgrade it for more fun. Currently, it is possible to play Super Mario 64, Star fox 64, Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Win back: Covert Operations, Dr. Mario, among others. This also includes the new DLC for Animal Crossings New Horizon. The Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack is currently available at a price of $49.99 per year as individual subscription, while the family subscription level costs $79.99 per year. Not something to sneeze when it comes to possible family entertainment, especially compared to the price of the PlayStation Plus and the Xbox Game Pass.
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