Super Mario 64 in Nintendo Switch Online has vibration, but only the Japanese version
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The Expansion Pack of Nintendo Switch Online is now available. Paying a plus, which is twice the usual price (in total, 39.99 euros a year or 69.99 euros a year with the family subscription) You will be able to access a catalog Games of Nintendo 64 and Sega Mega Drive, in addition to the future DLC Animal Crossing New Horizons: Happy Home Paradise .
Unfortunately, there has been controversial for the emulation quality of Nintendo games 64. Users have criticized that does not include the functions of the original Pak Controller , which means that you can not store itself natively in operation Winback or save the Ghosts of Mario Kart 64.
They have also criticized problems of INPUT LAG in several games (which takes a long time to react to the pulsation of buttons), problems of Framerate or LAG when playing online.
However, there is one thing that includes the emulated Games of Nintendo 64: Rumble Pak, , the accessory that was originally coupled in command of Nintendo 64 and allowed to feel vibration (a much more primitive, yes , that of the Joy-with Switch or the DualSense of PS5).
Only some games took advantage of it, and the first is Star Fox 64 (Lylat Wars in Spain), which in effect has vibration from Nintendo Switch Online. In fact, it was the game with which the Accessory Rumble Pak came out.
Super Mario 64 also has vibration ... but only in the Japanese version, as VGC has observed.
In the Nintendo 64 App, the included version of Mario 64 is the call shindou , which came out in 1997 and included vibration when Mario received damage, towards the Cuchazo or dive.
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For the rest, there are no differences between one and the other (unless the Shindou is in Japanese, of course). But if you want to experience Mario 64 with vibration, it s simple. You must create a nintendo account by choosing Japan as a country ( Here we explain how ).
Afterwards, it enters the Eshop with that account to enter the Japanese Eshop and Bishate the Nintendo 64 APP of Nintendo Switch Online . Once you have done that, you can enter the Japanese application with your usual account , without having to reuse La Japanese (whenever you have paid the expansion pack, of course).