Published: Sat, April 06, 2019
Technology | By Nina Perez

Mike Tyson says it's "whack" he isn't in "new" Punch-Out game

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Recently, Punch-Out! was announced as one of the newest additions to the collection of Nintendo Switch Online titles on the service, so perhaps he saw this game was being added and wanted to comment on it, but that makes very little sense as well.

In the meantime, there are a few gems being added on April 10th, including Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels.

As far as the new games being added this month, Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels released in 1986 as a direct sequel to the original game in Japan. The varied collection now consists of dozens of games, including Super Mario Bros.™ 3, Donkey Kong™ and The Legend of Zelda™, among many others. Dream and Star Solider will all be available to play on the Nintendo Switch™ system starting on April 10.

Punch-Out! Featuring Mr. Dream was originally released as Mike Tyson's Punch-Out! in 1987, but re-released without the Tyson branding in 1990 after Nintendo's license expired. Your mission is to halt a galactic invasion masterminded by Starbrain, a giant computer inhabiting a floating space station.

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According to legendary boxer Mike Tyson though, Nintendo is in the process of making a new edition of the game and he's clearly upset he's not involved in some way, shape, or form.

The Nintendo Switch can be enjoyed in a multitude of ways, including a handheld mode and more.

Punch Out! Featuring Mr. Dream is the virtual console re-release of the original Punch Out!

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