You can now play N64 games on Nintendo Switch

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NME published this video item, entitled “You can now play N64 games on Nintendo Switch” – below is their description.

It’s all part of the terribly named “Expansion Pack” which adds some stone cold classics like The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Mario Kart 64, Star Fox 64, Mario tennis, Dr Mario 64, and Yoshi’s Story. There’s also Win back: Covert Operations and Sin & Punishment, and curiously, we also get Super Mario 64, which might go some way as to explaining the temporary sale of the collection of 3D Mario games last year.

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