The next Nintendo 64 game will land the moon

Like the manufacturer’s other old-fashioned consoles, Nintendo is now adding to the 64-bit Nintendo Switch Online catalog in dribs and drabs. But now the best Zelda 3D is about to land there, and all is forgiven.

The most retrogamers already know it: it is on this Friday, January 21 that the classic 3D platform Banjo-Kazooie arrives in Nintendo Switch Online, just to beef up the catalog of games from the Nintendo 64 still a little reduced.

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Therefore, what a joy to discover that the next game to land in the subscription is none other than one (if not the, let’s say “the”) best 3D episode of The Legend of Zelda: the intestable Majora’s Mask.

As is the custom, Nintendo casts doubt on the exact date on which players will be able to (re) discover the universe in the form of a time loop of Termina. After 12 Minutes or Deathloop, the Time Loop principle continues to show excellent health.

Majora’s Mask and the Feather

The only problem in the story is that this version of The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask gets along just like the original released in 2000. As a result, the many improvements made to the 3DS version intended to make the adventure much more flexible will be absent, and the old-fashioned challenge. Truly. But wouldn’t the reward be all the more beautiful? You tell us.

In accordance with the manufacturer’s promises, the Nintendo Switch Online catalog should soon welcome Pok√©mon Snap, Mario Golf and Kirby 64 The Crystal Shards.