January Nintendo Switch Online games announced

Jan 09 2019 1 min read

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Nintendo Switch Online is a service similar to Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus — you pay a monthly fee for multiplayer privileges and get free games along the way. In case of Switch, the price is $4 per month, $8 per three months, or $20 per year. There are also Family plans for up to 8 members.

Subscribing to Switch Online gives access to a collection of classic Nintendo Entertainment System games like Ice Climber, The Legend of Zelda, Mario Bros. Soccer, and others. Every month Nintendo adds additional games to that collection and the next batch has been announced recently.

Next week Switch Online subscribers get access to Blaster Master and Zelda II: The Adventures of Link, two prevelent games of their times. The first one is a reshaped concept of Contra Force, a blockbuster shooter by Konami loved by many generations of gamers. The second is a sequel to one of the greatest series in the history of gaming.

Residents of Japan also get access to Joy Mech Fight, a classic fighting game from the 90-s.

The new titles will be launched for Switch Online on January 16.


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