In October 2021, Nintendo’s Expansion Pack brought Nintendo 64 games to Switch like Ocarina of Time and StarFox 64, and Sega Genesis games like Castlevania: Bloodlines. Now, two months later, the company has added another game, Paper Mario, to the library as of December 10th. But this new inclusion to NSO has been met with mixed reviews in regards to how Nintendo is going about releasing these beloved games.
When first announced, NSO promised nine games at launch, with seven more games (like Paper Mario, Majora’s Mask, and Banjo-Kazooie) coming down the road. While the original library of games has plenty of content for players of all ages, many gamers hopped on the Expansion Pack for these future releases. So after two months, is getting just one new game added to the program setting a good pace for the Expansion Pack?
On one hand, having releases more…
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