By Robert Workman
– November 6, 2018
It's November, which means that we will put our hands on some classic NES as part of the Nintendo Switch Online service.
The online channel, which was launched in September, already has a handful of classics that players can enjoy if they are going for themselves or playing against friends online or locally. These include the likes of Donkey Kong, Super Mario Bros. 3, Ice Hockey and a handful of others.
This month, probably next week, we will have three more titles to join the rate by adding the value of the service, as it goes for only $ 20 per year (or $ 4 per month) and gives you online access to favorites like Splatoon 2 and Rocket League, among others.
Here's a summary of the games you'll see joining Nintendo Switch Online this month.
First, Konami's classic shooter, which we remembered, was not seen in NES in the US. UU. In it, you will shoot a variety of enemies with your lovely ship, while taking some powerful powers. by the way. If you are a fan of "shmups", add this on your list.
Mighty Bomb Jack
Next is this classic of the era of the old school Tecmo, in which it guides a hero around a stage to disarm the bombs while fighting with the enemies. Like Salomón's key, Mighty Bomb Jack is an acquired taste, but surely it's worth trying to prove if he is a fan of NES games.
Finally, probably Metroid is the "big one" of the group, since he can live the classic adventure of Samus Aran through the comfort of his Switch. Play for hours from an open world, taking out enemies and collecting new items (such as missiles and other goodies) to help you fight with your brain mother.
Even more games arrived in December, including Wario's Woods and the classic Ninja Gaiden; and we are pretty sure that a new slate of titles will be announced for 2019, including several first and third hits, including those from Capcom and Konami. For now, however, the service is worth checking out, especially if you were looking to resolve a rash on Balloon Fight or just want to beat Super Mario Bros. 3 again. And really, who would not want that ?!
The Nintendo Switch Online service is now available.