Tuesday , September 27 2022

Nintendo will not soon release the N64 Classic


Speaking Kotaku, Fils-Aime said that the first two classic series were basically designed to include the annual gap between the end of Vi and U and the arrival of Svitch. "It was a strategic reason why we launched the NES Classic system," he explained.

Although Fils-Aime did not completely shut down the N64 Classic, he said that Nintendo would satisfy the retro head, instead raising content in his Nintendo Switch Online subscription service. But he would not say whether the platform would expand beyond the previous name of the NES to include the SNES games and more.

As for the reason why Nintendo does not release the N64 class soon, it could be more difficult to sell and difficult to replicate. Like the ex Engadget-David David Lumb says that the console has flooded entire genres and that its controller was "aesthetic aberration". Nintendo famously reconstructed the NES and SNES for its classic releases, which means that the modernization of the obsolete controller (with an inalienable analog rod and d-pad).

On the great side, nostalgic players can take comfort in the fact that both the NES and SNES Classic consoles are currently available for purchase (after a quick sale in the past). PlaiStation Classic is also set for the next month and Sega Genesis Mini is on the road (not to mention the raft of classic games Sega promises for Svitch under the Sega Ages banner).

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