This is the latest Nintendo 64 title announced for Nintendo Switch Online.
Pokémon is a franchise that throughout all these years has had all kinds of spin-off of the main saga in video games, the latter being the games that most know and are developed directly by Game Freak. However, despite the fact that these are the best known, that does not mean that many players are fans of these spin-offs almost exclusivelythereby giving rise to the emergence of pokemon snap.
It should be noted that this was a game of taking pictures, without a major premise being necessary to be able to talk about the operation of this title. However, without The Pokémon Company, Nintendo or Hal Laboratory expecting it, the title it was all a success selling more than 5 million copies on a console that barely reached 30 and leading to years of trying make a sequel one way or another.
Nintendo Switch Online has recently received Pokémon Snap, the latest Nintendo 64 title
Given this, many of you will already know that last September, Nintendo announced the arrival of Nintendo 64 games on Nintendo Switch Onlineleading to an extensive list of all those that would be received in the coming months, including Pokémon Snap, which was finally released a few days agowhich has opened the debate around the graphic improvements of this version of the title.
For all that has been said, it has been possible to see that the GameXplain channel has been in charge of compare this title in its different versionsbeing so in the video that you have below you can see Pokémon Snap in its version for Nintendo 64, Nintendo Switch and Wii Unoting here that the hybrid console version is the best looking:
That said, it remains to be seen what the future holds for Pokémon Snap after New Pokémon Snap has sold over 2.5 million copies. For the rest that we have recently had a massive leak by the most reliable insider when it comes to the great Pokémon titles around the ninth generation.
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