Today, Nintendo Switch Online subscribers found themselves amazed by the addition of three new titles from Sega Genesis. When Nintendo launched its new Switch Online expansion pack category, it began slowly adding new games from both the Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis to its expanding catalog of older titles available to play. Now, the Genesis offering has been boosted a bit more, with one classic game now accessible from the console.
As of this moment, Nintendo has added Alicia DragonAnd the beyond the oasisAnd the Earthworm C to Nintendo Switch Online. This now brings the Genesis library on the Nintendo Switch Online to about 30 games in total. Among all the new games now brought to the subscription service, Earthworm C He is probably the most famous among the group. Although the series has been dormant for the better part of the past two decades, the original game in Genesis remains a classic and is certainly a welcome addition for many Switch Online members.
Three classic SEGA Genesis games made for #NintendoSwitchOnline + Expansion Pack members!
☑️ Alicia Dragon
☑️ Beyond the Oasis
☑️ Earthworm Jim pic.twitter.com/N5ZJYayjfR
– Nintendo America September 16, 2022
When it comes to the other two games, Alicia Dragon It is a one-off platform game that was published by Sega in 1992. beyond the oasis, which has won more acclaim and a little earlier on Sega Saturn, was first launched in 1994 and was also published by Sega. The game puts players in control of the character of Prince Ali as they look to stop the growing evil.
As mentioned earlier, all the Genesis titles mentioned here are only available in the Expansion Pack category of Switch Online. While subscribers of the service’s basic level can only access games from the NES and SNES, the expansion pack (which costs more money) is what gives subscribers access to the N64 and Genesis games. Moreover, the expansion pack also gives subscribers DLC from Mario Kart 8 Deluxe And the Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Are you excited to see any of these games come to Nintendo Switch Online? And what Genesis titles would you like to see on the subscription platform in the future? Share your opinion with me either in the comments or connect with me on Twitter at Trustworthy.
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