Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards Joins Switch Online’s Expansion Pack Next Week


The pink puff is Kirby is currently celebrating his 30th anniversary, and to keep the celebrations rolling, Nintendo has announced it will be adding Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards to the Switch Online Expansion Pack next week on 20th May.

This title was originally released in the year 2000 on the N64 and is a side-scrolling platform Kirby game featuring 3D graphics.

This particular release was previously showcased in Switch Online Expansion Pack trailers alongside games like Mario Golf and Pokémon Snap. It means, we’ve really only got Pokémon Snap to go now in this current lineup of N64 releases. Japan also has Custom Robo 1 and 2 to look forward to.

Are you excited to revist Kirby’s N64 outing? Leave a comment down below.



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