Nintendo Switch Online Receives an underrated Pokémon Classic Next Week which is great news. You cannot say that the Nintendo Switch is devoid of interesting inclusions, as an upcoming addition of an N64 classic has proven.
Nintendo Switch Online Receives an underrated Pokémon Classic Next Week
The Nintendo Switch’s Online subscription service is set to offer the Pokémon Puzzle League on the 15 of July. The N64 Puzzler arrives hot on the heels of Pokémon Snap which arrives on the service just in the past month.
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Also, the Pokémon Puzzle League would be one of the first games to get added to Nintendo Switch Online’sN64 roster right outside of the initially announced lineup. As Such, we should be expecting a second wave of games to begin cropping up periodically throughout this year and potentially the next.
Too Much Pokémon is Never Enough
The Pokémon Puzzle League is a ‘Match 3’ style puzzle game where you shift blocks of different colors. They line up three or more of the same type of block, and they would get cleared from the board. In doing this you would hopefully be able to chain together some block lines to score big and set your opponent back.
The Pokémon Puzzle League is somewhat unique as it’s closely tied to the Gen 1 Pokémon anime that would be airing at the time. as such, this Pokémon features clips and voice samples from the anime. This is quite a rare sight on the N64 if you put it together.
This means you should be able to play as and against different characters from that iconic first season. Ash, Misty, and Brock would be joined by Stalwarts like Gary Oak, Team Rocket, and Elite Four.
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Pokémon Titles Launched
We have been offered all tons of Pokémon titles throughout this year. The Pokémon Legends Arceus made its players very happy by shaking up the tried and true formula. And in November, Gen 9 Games Pokémon Scarlet and violet would be launching on the Nintendo Switch, offering a new locale and a slew of new pocket monsters for the players to catch.
Even though the N64 was not home to a mainline Pokémon game, it was in possession of memorable spin-offs. Hopefully, we would eventually get the Pokémon Stadium and its sequel which is found on the Nintendo Switch Online service, also. Not just for it Cinematic Battles, but for people who enjoy silly part minigames.
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