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Pokemon Puzzle League is coming to Nintendo Switch Online, but not in Japan

Nintendo Switch Online + Subscribers to the expansion pack will receive another Nintendo 64 game next week Pokémon Puzzle League becomes the newest title added to the library. However, the game will not be released in Japan, where NSO members will receive Custom Robo and Custom Robo V2 instead of this.

Pokémon Puzzle League is coming to Nintendo Switch Online next week

Pokemon Puzzle League will be added to the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack next Friday, July 15th. Ash is chosen as one of the challengers in the Puzzle League tournament, which pits trainers against each other in a standard match-3 puzzle game, although there’s also a 3D mode where matches take place on a spinning cylinder. The Pokemon game becomes the 17th N64 game to be included in the expansion pack, alongside games like the recently released Pokemon Snap, although no main Pokemon games are currently available via the base Nintendo Switch Online service or the expansion pack. If the rumored Game Boy and Game Boy Advance emulators are indeed coming to Nintendo Switch, there’s a chance some of the games will join the service in the future.

Japanese players will not get Pokemon Puzzle League, which was never released in the region. get these players Custom Robo and Custom Robo V2 as an alternative, which are the last two games to be released from the series of titles revealed during the Nintendo Switch Online announcement. Some players are also demanding the release of Panel de Pon, a Japan-exclusive title that inspired gameplay in Pokemon Puzzle League, but no announcements have been made so far.

In other news, today’s Fortnite update has stability fixes for PS5, PS5, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC and Android released. Elsewhere, Skate 4’s closed playtest was cracked and leaked online with many details.

https://www.gamerevolution.com/news/710383-pokemon-puzzle-league-nintendo-switch-online-japan Pokemon Puzzle League is coming to Nintendo Switch Online, but not in Japan

Emma Bowman

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