Majora's Mask makes its Switch Debut Next Month to (Hopefully) Improve Online Service
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Majora’s Mask makes its Switch Debut Next Month to (Hopefully) Improve Online Service

Majora's Mask makes its Switch Debut Next Month to (Hopefully) Improve Online Service

Majora’s Mask makes its Switch Debut Next Month to (Hopefully) Improve Online Service.

The Expansion Pack for Nintendo Switch Online is not a good deal, especially after looking at some Mario Kart footage. A few recent updates to Nintendo Switch Online’s emulated library have made some N64 classics look a lot better and are just in time for Majora’s Mask February’s launch.

Nintendo revealed on Twitter the inclusion of 2000-era Zelda in its N64 titles. However, it did not give a date but confirmed that it would be arriving next month. The Expansion Pack service that brings N64 titles to Switch was launched in October 2021. It will cost $49.99 per person or $79.99 per family. It is the best deal to compare Nintendo’s service to its competitors. Its new price tag is, which puts it in line with other modern offers. However, the quality has not been improved.

It was at least that way for most of its brief existence. VGC noticed that data miners such as OatmealDome, on Twitter have reported minor improvements to Ocarina. Of course, this was the case for much of its short existence. LuigiBlood’s follow-up chat with Kotaku explained that configuration files were likely to break in a switch from Wii U Virtual Console emulator to Switch. Although it is difficult to see the results of recent emulator tweaks in Zelda’s game, LuigiBlood confirmed in their Twitter thread that Nintendo had “cleaned up and removed any unused code,” even though you won’t notice any changes.

Although it isn’t a lot, Nintendo stated in November that it would “continue improving and expanding both Nintendo Switch Online [and Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Package], striving to satisfy consumers.” It’s hard to imagine anything running on an emulator. Next month’s Majora’s Mask is coming, so I have to stay positive until then.

This is all to say that Nintendo, please Mario Kart Minora. Although I am often excited about old ports and emulation announcements, it is the opportunity to share these games with new audiences on modern platforms. Majora’s Mask was my favourite Zelda. One of those games that I found so empowering in my early years. I still recommend it to everyone I meet. For now, I need to convince my friends to go back to the 3DS version seven years ago. And, surprisingly, many people aren’t eager to spend their Switch money on a 3DS. Even though Nintendo has made minor improvements to its Expansion Pack service, I am hopeful. However, February is fast approaching, and Skull Kid will be my final decision.

Majora’s Mask makes its Switch Debut Next Month to (Hopefully) Improve Online Service
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