Mario Golf N64 Is Now Available on Nintendo Switch Online

Switch Online plus Expansion Pack subscribers can now play the classic Nintendo 64 sports game.

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Mario Golf joins Nintendo Switch Online's N64 library starting this Friday.


Mario Golf is the latest N64 game to join the Nintendo Switch Online plus Expansion Pack service. The classic sports title arrived on Nintendo's premium subscription plan on Apr. 15.

Like other N64 games, Mario Golf is available through the Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online app, which is free to download exclusively for Nintendo Switch Online plus Expansion Pack members. It marks the fourteenth N64 game available on the service, following the recently added F-Zero X and The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.

More N64 games are still on the way. Nintendo previously confirmed that Pokemon Snap and Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards will also be added to the service in the near future, although those games have not yet been dated.

Along with N64 games, the Nintendo Switch Online plus Expansion Pack plan offers a library of classic Sega Genesis titles, as well as access to Animal Crossing: New Horizons' Happy Home Paradise expansion and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe's Booster Course Pass.

An individual Nintendo Switch Online plus Expansion Pack membership costs $50 per year, while a family plan costs $80. The latter covers up to eight Nintendo Accounts across multiple systems.

Other classic games have recently been added to the Switch Online service. Earthworm Jim 2, Dig Dug 2 and Mappy-Land arrived in the SNES and NES libraries on March 30, while Light Crusader, Super Fantasy Zone and Alien Soldier joined the Sega Genesis lineup earlier in the month.