I think it’s safe to say that DK 64 will be added eventually. It’s a staple of 3D platforming and one of the more popular DK games. Players loved the new Kongs and their abilities to the point that they actually want to see Lanky as a playable Fighter in Smash. Diddy Kong Racing is another possibility as it is widely regarded as one of the best games on the N64. The only N64 classic that I can’t really see coming to this new premium service is GoldenEye mostly due to the possibility of copyright issues as it is a licensed game. So far no games that have outside licenses have been released on the online service. The closest is Punch-Out! but even then it’s the re-release that removed Mike Tyson and added in Mr Dream. This is probably why some great games like NBA Jam and The Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse haven’t been released for the SNES Online.Now that N64 games are set to come to Switch Online, I'm hoping Donkey Kong 64 and the original Super Smash Bros. get added. Maybe Banjo-Tooie with Stop 'n' Swop as well, since Microsoft is willing to let them have Banjo-Kazooie on the service.
That's the first time that a "Console" GTA game will make to a Nintendo Console. This is PS2 or 3D Trilogy, hopefully it's going to be a decent port unlike the PS3/360 one.. Also "I'll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda."20 years of Grand Theft Auto marks a special occasion for a trilogy release on Switch.
It will contain GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas.
I'm pretty sure they'll add on to the expansion pack like they have with the normal membership. Here's hoping for Gamecube and Sega Saturn titles.Well Nintendo finally pushed things too far. It's $50 for the NSO expansion. Nothing but pure, naked greed with this one. It's getting a hard pass from me. Hoping the lower tier is still around as I'll need the saving and the online. Don't need the rest, especially at that price point. Shame on them.
Source: Nintendo Life