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Nintendo Switch Online app updated with new SNES and NES games

The Nintendo Switch Online app has been updated for the latest batch of Super Nintendo games and Nintendo Entertainment System games. The Super Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online app is now on Version 2.3.0 and the Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online is now on Version 5.3.0. The following games are now available for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers:

Super NES – Nintendo Switch Online:

  • Super Baseball Simulator 1.000
  • Caveman Ninja (also known as Joe & Mac)
  • Magical Drop2
  • Spanky’s Quest

NES – Nintendo Switch Online:

  • Ninja JaJaMaru-kun

7 thoughts on “Nintendo Switch Online app updated with new SNES and NES games”

  1. It’s not so big a deal because I have so many other games to play on the Switch but this service has largely been a disappointment and not really an incentive for anyone to purchase a subscription if they weren’t for the main reason of online play. Basically after the first drop of genuine classics they are trickling out barely known games that are really just worth checking out of curiosity. I find it strange because Furukawa has specifically mentioned that they want to make the online service more appealing but this part of it is lacking. They really should have added at least one other system by now and that’s a minimum expectation. It’s a shame because it actually had a lot of promise as a replacement for the virtual console but they’ve not done enough with it in my opinion.

    1. Realistically I’m burnt out on these old 40yr old titles. At this point in the game, they should have full access to every title on NES/SNES/Genesis and Gameboy, GBC, GBA, etc.

      The titles they should be slowly releasing every month should be N64 and Gamecube games.

      At least PS4 and XBox release actual CURRENT gen games. Nintendo could at least do the last couple gens.

  2. If this is the caliber of game selection we can expect from NSO going forward, then maybe it’s time to move on from NES and SNES.

    1. While there is always the possibility it could happen, I don’t see Chrono Trigger being on there. Squeenix knows they could easily give the game an HD remaster & sell it for 40-60 bucks easily. Honestly, if I was them, I’d give a remake, similar to FF7’s, of Chrono Trigger a shot if each entry in the remake makes a killing.

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