On February 19, 2020, we will get two more SNES games and two more NES games. This will be the first time these SNES games have been released in the United States. These games bring the total to 26 SNES games 52 NES games for a grand total of 78 classic games available on the Nintendo Switch Online Service.
Once upon a time, the NES Online app gained new games each month. Since the launch of the SNES Online app, though, Nintendo has not updated either with new games… until this month. On December 12, 2019, we will get 4 more SNES games and 2 more NES games.
Have you ever been playing your favorite NES game on Nintendo Switch, only to make a poor decision and ruin your game, or at least your current run? Have no fear, because Nintendo is adding a rewind feature to the NES Online service this month.
Have you been getting tired of the current batch of NES games on the Nintendo Switch? Never fear, because Nintendo just announced two more will be added this month: Kid Icarus and StarTropics. This brings the total number of NES games to 35.
Nintendo just announced that Super Mario Bros 2 and Kirby’s Adventure will soon be added to the Nintendo Switch NES Online service.
It’s almost time for the Nintendo Entertainment System on Nintendo Switch Online receive its next update. On January 16, two more games: Blaster Master and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link will appear.
The Nintendo Entertainment System on Nintendo Switch Online is about to get another update. On December 12, Nintendo will add three more games: Wario’s Woods, Ninja Gaiden, and Adventures of Lolo.
The Nintendo Entertainment System on Nintendo Switch Online has been out for a couple months now, and we are about to get our monthly update on November 14, 2018. This month, they are adding three more games: TwinBee, Mighty Bomb Jack, and Metroid.
On this special retro edition of NintendoFuse GameChat, Blake, Barry, Mike, and Steve talk all about their memories with the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).
As we await the launch of the Nintendo Switch console, Sarah takes a look back at her history with Nintendo, starting with the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).