Pokemon Stadium is Coming to Nintendo Switch April 12th!

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Pokémon Stadium Set to Make a Comeback on Nintendo Switch for NSO + Expansion Pack Subscribers!

Nintendo Switch owners who are subscribed to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack will be excited to know that Pokémon Stadium is coming to the platform on April 12th, 2023. This Pokemon game was originally released for the Nintendo 64 in 2000 and the gaming world was never the same.

In Pokémon Stadium, players can engage in 3D battles between all 151 first-generation Pokémon from the Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow games. The game also includes a selection of fun and entertaining Pokémon-themed mini-games that players can enjoy with up to three other players in the Kids Club mode. This multiplayer mode includes mini-games such as Clefairy Says and Sushi-Go-Round.

Unfortunately, the feature that allowed players to transfer their Pokémon from the Game Boy games to the N64 console and play those games via emulation did not make it to this Switch release. Nonetheless, fans will be able to relive the excitement of battling their favourite Pokémon in 3D graphics with improved visuals and controls.

The release of Pokémon Stadium on the Nintendo Switch is a part of the company’s effort to expand its library of classic games available to subscribers of Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack. The service already includes classic games from the Nintendo 64 and SEGA Mega Drive, as well as Game Boy Advance and Game Boy games, which were added earlier this year.

For those who have not yet subscribed, Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack is available for $59.95 AUD a year for a single user or $109.95 for a Family Membership. Subscribers can access the full range of classic games available, including the upcoming release of Pokémon Stadium.

In conclusion, fans of the Pokémon series and classic games will be thrilled to know that Pokémon Stadium is coming to the Nintendo Switch on April 12th, 2023, as part of Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack subscription. With improved graphics and controls, players can once again engage in exciting battles with all 151 first-generation Pokémon and enjoy the entertaining mini-games with friends. Don’t miss out on the chance to relive the nostalgia of this classic game on the Nintendo Switch.

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