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Switch Online Adds Pokémon Stadium To The Nintendo 64 Library Today, Out Now

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Last week, Nintendo announced it would be adding the original Pokemon Stadium to its Switch Online N64 service.

The big day has arrived with the return of the 2000 release of The Original 151 Pokémon. pokemon red version, pokemon blue version and pokemon yellow version game. Just like the original, it includes solo and multiplayer modes as well as minigames.

Unfortunately, this version doesn’t allow you to transfer Pokémon from the Game Boy title.Courtesy of official PR, here are some other details about this latest N64 title:

“of pokemon stadiumyou can battle solo with a team of six Pokémon of your choice in four tournaments in Stadium Mode, or face off against elite trainers from the Kanto region in Gym Leader Castle. A spot on the champion team in Palace is secured, but completing both modes unlocks the final battle that challenges even the ultimate Trainer.

“Looking for multiplayer freeform fun? Compete with friends in unlimited battles in the 1-4 player Free Battle mode, or party up in the Kids Club with a collection of 9 mini-games. Kids It’s a club, but even experienced trainers might feel the heat after reaching new heights in the kitchen at Sushi Go Round or at Splash at Magikarp!”

Image: The Pokémon Company, Nintendo

Japan won the same title today, but is technically known in the region as “”.pokemon stadium 2‘ – following the 1998 original exclusive to this location.

The remaining titles in Nintendo’s current N64 NSO games include Mario Party 3, Pokemon Stadium 2, 1080 Snowboard, and Excitebike 64. In Japan, Harvest Moon 64 is also acquired.

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