Today, Nintendo revealed the price point for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack that includes Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis games. It'll cost you $49.99 a year, and the family plan is $79.99.
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Nintendo has announced the latest boon for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers in the form of Pac-Man 99, a battle royale take on the classic franchise that's available starting this week.
Nintendo's latest online service is a core part of the identity of the Switch, but the company could be doing so much more with it. Here's how we think Switch Online could be more appealing.
The Nintendo Switch Online is getting four new games that most users have probably never heard of. These include three new SNES games - including a former Japan exclusive - and one NES game.
Nintendo has once again randomly announced a new batch of retro games coming to its Nintendo Switch Online Service. Donkey Kong Country 3 is the highlight of this round of releases.
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Nintendo has announced this month's games for the Nintendo Entertainment System Switch Online app. VS. Excitebike, Donkey Kong Jr., and Clu Clu Land will all be available next week.
Nintendo has released its monthly set of NES titles for those subscribed to the Nintendo Switch Online service, including Kid Icarus and Star Tropics. Two special editions of games were also added.
Users who subscribe to Nintendo Switch Online may have some good news in the near future, as a dataminer has managed to uncover a list of 22 Super NES games which might be available soon.
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link and Blaster Master will be added to the Nintendo Switch Online library on January 16th. Currently, Switch Online hosts 29 games including the first Legend of Zelda.
Scheduled to arrive in the middle of next week, Nintendo has announced several additions to the NES stable of games for its Switch Online service, including a game programmed by the late Satoru Iwata.
Starting today, those in the United States will be able to experience the Switch Online service, which will offer online play, NES games, and more. Those in the U.K. will gain access on September 19.
It looks like Nintendo is offering up an enticing exclusive piece of hardware to those that sign up for its paid online subscription service. The service will go live starting next week.
Nintendo has officially announced that the online service for the Switch will be launching on September 19 alongside a seven-day trial period. More information will be revealed tomorrow.
Nintendo will be launching its Switch iOS and Android app alongside the release of Splatoon 2. The app will support a number of different functions including chat, checking statistics, and more.