Nintendo has recently surprised fans by adding two classic Nintendo 64 games to their Switch Online + Expansion Pack service. The first title is the 1997 futuristic racer called Extreme-G, followed by the 1998 racing game Iggy’s Reckin’ Balls. These games originally published by Acclaim Entertainment promise hours of nostalgic gameplay for fans of the genre.

Extreme-G throws players into the fast-paced world of cyber racing with 12 futuristic racetracks. Each track is filled with loops, twists, and plenty of opportunities for high-speed action. Players must navigate their battle bikes, armed to the teeth with weapons, to outmaneuver their rivals. The game features local split-screen multiplayer as well as online support for up to four players, making it a thrilling experience whether racing solo or with friends.

In Iggy’s Reckin’ Balls, players take control of Iggy and his eccentric crew as they navigate vertical races on towering tracks. The game offers a unique twist by allowing players to race in spherical vehicles, providing a fresh and exciting gameplay experience. With the ability to take shortcuts, zip through loops, and avoid enemies, Iggy’s Reckin’ Balls offers a competitive and engaging racing experience for up to four players.

Additional Content in Japan

Apart from these two exciting additions, Nintendo also introduced Blast Dozer (Rare’s Blast Corps) to the Japanese market this week. This title, already available in the local Switch Online N64 library, adds to the growing collection of classic Nintendo 64 games available to subscribers.

Overall, the addition of Extreme-G and Iggy’s Reckin’ Balls to the Switch Online + Expansion Pack service offers players a diverse selection of racing experiences to enjoy. With both local and online multiplayer support, these games provide hours of entertainment for fans of the Nintendo 64 era. As Nintendo continues to expand its library of retro titles, fans can look forward to revisiting old favorites and discovering new gems from the past.

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