A overview trailer has been released for Nintendo's future NES games that are coming to players under the umbrella of service by Nintendo Switch Online.
From the trailer we know that potential players will be able to play from a selection of NES games either locally or online. Select NES games will have support for both options. From the beginning players will have a selection of 20 different NES Classic games, with more planned for the coming months of October, November and December.
For players that acquire Nintendo Switch Online and are curious to what future games are installed for the participants, they should know that throughout October players will receive the following: Solomon's Key, NES Open Tournament Golf and Super Dodge Ball. November has got plans for Metroid, Might Bomb Jack and TwinBee. Finally December, we have Wario's Woods, Ninja Gaiden and Adventures of Lolo. Unfortunately we don't see classic NES titles such as: Kirby's Adventure, Earthbound Beginnings, Punch-Out, Super Mario Bros 2 or Lost Levels. Hopefully Nintendo acknowledge the communities cries for some more popular classic NES games to be added to the library. For further information visit the official Nintendo Switch Online website page here.
Gain exclusive access to a growing collection of #NES games with a #NintendoSwitchOnline membership. And now, for the first time ever, you can play these classic games online with friends, share your screen, or virtually pass the controller, depending on the game. pic.twitter.com/DVX3Hdhaod— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 26, 2018
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