The Nintendo Switch Online service continues to grow its library of Nintendo Entertainment System games. Sure, the lineup is growing at a glacial pace, but it's growing, nonetheless. On Tuesday, Nintendo revealed two more games from the original 8-bit generation that are set to come to the service.
The following games are set to hit the NES - Nintendo Switch Online service on February 13:
- Kirby's Adventure: This is one of the original Kirby games, released on the NES following the Super Nintendo's debut. Kirby's Adventure sees the pink puffball debut his power-stealing abilities across 20 different stages. Players journey across Dream Land assembling the Star Rod, as Kirby looks to save the land from everlasting nightmares.
- Super Mario Bros. 2: This is considered the oddball of the Mario games. For the uninitiated, the object here isn't to step on enemies or fight Bowser. Mario and company are trapped in a dream world, where they must pull out vegetables and toss them at foes while venturing off to face the evil Wart. There hasn't been a Mario game like this since, but it is noteworthy for introducing several Mario rogues that are still omnipresent to this day, including Birdo, Shy Guys, and Sniffits.
The NES - Nintendo Switch Online library now exceeds over 30 games. Like the other games that came before it, Kirby's Adventure and Super Mario Bros. 2 will include cloud saves and the ability to play anywhere. Voice chat and online play will obviously not be necessary with these single-player offerings, but these features are available for a handful of other Nintendo Switch Online titles that feature multiplayer.
The Nintendo Switch Online service recently surpassed 8 million users. For those who are not among them, the service goes for $19.99 for a full year, with family membership options available.
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I beat zelda2 recently, had to use save scummign cause im a cheater but it was pretty fun
Still waiting on all the SNES games then Nintendo can take my money.
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