Nintendo Switch 64 Controller Confirms Important Feature


Last month it was revealed that the Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis titles would be coming to Nintendo Switch as part of the new Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack. Along with the excitement that classic games from two decades ago would now be part of the Nintendos hybrid console, Nintendo

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Last month it was revealed that the Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis titles would be coming to Nintendo Switch as part of the new Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack. Along with the excitement that classic games from two decades ago would now be part of the Nintendos hybrid console, Nintendo also revealed the Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis controllers for the Switch. Now, according to the online driver list, a fan favorite feature is making a comeback.


During today's Animal Crossing: New Horizons live stream, Nintendo revealed the price and release date of the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack. That news came with the fact that some DLC from Animal Crossing: New Horizons (a series that started on Nintendo 64) will also be part of the Expansion Pack, increasing the value of the product. But as fans flood the Nintendos website looking for information on the Nintendo 64 controller, a specific feature was confirmed.

The Nintendo 64 controller for Switch will come with rumble functionality, no old school Rumble Pak required. Nintendo's official listing of the controller notes that Rumble will be compatible with games that use the feature, such as Star Fox 64. The controller is designed to look and feel like its 1996 counterpart, except now the 1997 Rumble Pak feature is built in. . . Additionally, the Nintendo 64 controller has new buttons for Switch-specific support and a USB C port and cable for recharging. The controller will truly be a mix of nostalgia and modern technology.


Nintendo has always been at the forefront of controller innovation. Some major pieces of technology were widely created or introduced by Nintendo, such as the side buttons with the SNES controller, the joystick with the Nintendo 64 controller, the noise through the Rumble Pak on the Nintendo 64 controller, etc. Screen technology in the Nintendo DS came long before even phones used the idea as a standard feature, and the Wii motion technology helped revolutionize all games. It's exciting to see Nintendo bring back the Nintendo 64 for Switch in its most powerful form.

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The Nintendo 64 controller (to ship on October 25) and the added Sega Genesis and Nintendo 64 titles are certainly the selling point for the Nintendo Switch online expansion pack, but other features seem to be on the way as well. Animal Crossing: New Horizons Happy Home Paradise paid DLC also comes free with the Expansion Pack, and more DLC and things of that nature may be part of the pack in the future. This is all why the price of Nintendo Switch online expansion packs may be a bit more than some anticipated.

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