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Super Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online is now available

As promised, you can now get Super Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online for your Switch console. This will enable you to play, as of this article’s writing, 20 SNES games, with more titles to come in the future. You can see the official Nintendo page for Super Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online right here. The launch lineup, as well as a tweet relaying the news, can be seen down below.

  • Super Mario World
  • Super Mario Kart
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
  • Super Metroid
  • Stunt Race FX (Available for the first time since its original Super NES release!)
  • Kirby’s Dream Land 3
  • Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island
  • Star Fox
  • F-Zero
  • Pilotwings
  • Kirby’s Dream Course
  • Brawl Brothers
  • Breath of Fire
  • Demon’s Crest
  • Joe & Mac 2: Lost in the Tropics
  • Super E.D.F. Earth Defense Force
  • Super Ghouls’n Ghosts
  • Super Puyo Puyo 2 (Available for the first time in the U.S.!)
  • Super Soccer (Available for the first time since its original Super NES release!)
  • Super Tennis (Available for the first time since its original Super NES release!)


  1. Boom!! There it is, at last.
    Should sell some more of those online memberships now and obviously just in time for people to renew there existing online memberships.

    1. Renew for the ones that subscribed at launch I mean, like myself so I could continue playing smash and Mario Kart

    2. if they wouldn’t have brought this, I possibly really would’ve canned it sooner or later. Now… I mean I got 10 months to go, enough time to play the shit out of all SNES games and then not renew it, but who knows, maybe there’s gonna be some game in the future that justifies the renewal then. until then I at least not feel completely ripped off as I just bought it for Mario Maker and asking myself if that was really worth it. Nintendo didn’t even care to support mario Maker with Web-based ratings and a database like they did with MM1, where I didn’t have to pay for online.

  2. I already 100% The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Going to work on Super Mario World and Super Metroid next. But definitely will play the others too. Especially Star Fox, Super Mario Kart, Pilotwings, F-Zero, Demon’s Crest, and others. Looking forward to the new additions too, as they come in monthly.

    1. Yoshi’s Island might still be my favorite SNES game of all time. Even as a kid it was like an opera of great gameplay choices and clever leveldesign and ever since I was begging for a Yoshi game that would do it justice. I nearly bought Crafted World just to have some Yoshi fix, but realized it wasn’t even as good as Wooly World (which was quite fine but nothing compared to Island). I couldn’t point my finger at what made Island such a great experience. Maybe it was just me being in an age where things felt more innovative and lasting to me. But I kinda doubt that as the games that came after it just lacked a huge portion of dedication and sould. Wooly World was by far the best attempt but it just didn’t bring anything new to the table in terms of structure. When you beat the first world, you could already imagine how the rest of the game was going to be. Always the same structure and the whole finale was uninspired. this franchise could do so much more now.

  3. So many good games

  4. I need to tell my cousin about this so he can get him & his family a Switch again so we can play Super Mario Kart like in the old days. The only downside is it’ll be over online play for the time being since he’s in another state. The other downside is having to deal with that little bastard Toad again as he was always that thorn in our side when we played the game back then. xD In fact, when he was staying with us for a short time this past summer, I showed him & his girlfriend that Toad was practically flipping people off in his original Super Mario Bros sprite. Yeah; Toad was actually a gigantic dick back in the day! lol

  5. Pretty stellar launch list. Looking forward to some more good stuff in the future. Come on Super Mario RPG, Final Fantasy VI, Chrono Trigger, Turtles in Time, and uh… Goof Troop maybe?

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