THREE brand new titles are now available for the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack service: Harvest Moon 64, 1080° Snowboarding, and Jet Force Gemini.

In Harvest Moon 64, you’ve inherited your grandfather’s farm near the quaint Flower Bud village. As the new farmer in town, you’ll have your work cut out for you and a bounty of activities to engage in. Clear the land, till the soil, and then plant, water and sell your crops for profit. Raise and care for livestock, including cows, chickens and sheep. Or meander about town and visit the shops while getting to know the other townsfolk. You can even find someone special to start a family with! Then watch the seasons roll by, bringing with them new challenges, festivities and sights to see. This is your farm life, so live it by your whims!

Grab your snowboard and get ready to look cool while shredding down the steep, snowy inclines of the 1080º Snowboarding game. Choose from five different boarders, each with their own attributes and special tricks, and then head down the mountain across several game modes including Match Race, Trick Attack and 2P VS. Play solo or online and land impressive tricks, including the titular 1080º (ten eighty). Feel the sensation of speed and brave the cold – right from the warmth of your living room!

Face a dark threat from deep space in Jet Force Gemini, developed by Rare and originally released on the Nintendo 64 system in 1999. The galaxy is being infested by the evil Mizar and his horde of Drones. Together, the Jet Force Gemini team must travel in search of Mizar’s lair to save the day. But can Juno, Vela and their faithful dog Lupus rout the galactic threat before it’s too late? Experience the interstellar adventure solo and explore more than ten cosmic locations, or pair up with a friend to tackle evil Drones in two-player co-op mode. Plus, up to four players can vie for supremacy in Battle Mode!

If you’re a member of Nintendo’s upgraded tier to Nintendo Switch Online, go ahead and give these games a try today!

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styster

3M ago

This is honestly SO hype. Harvest Moon 64 was never able to be on the virtual console back in the Wii days because of emulation problems... SO excited to check this one out! Three games dropped all at once, wow!!


joeshabadoo

3M ago

This is legitimately a sick update. Happy holidays to NSO+ fam