Nintendo Switch Online gets new classic games in March 2023

Nintendo has launched a variety of old video games in the Nintendo Switch Online services which allow subscribers to enjoy four brand new games in games from the Game Boy, NES, and SNES times. Of the new additions, Kirby’s Dream Land 2, was first released on Game Boy in 1995.

This is an action-packed classic featuring adorable creatures – and it actually has a strong connection directly to Nintendo Switch, via the newly released Kirby’s Dream Land: Return. The game is not only a Game Boy classic frequently referenced in the Switch remake and sequel, but it’s also a spiritual successor of Dream Land 2 which has several similar characters. If you’re interested in learning more about the story behind this new game, Dream Land 2 is an essential stop along the way.

The latest addition to Kirby’s Dream Land 2 in the Game Boy collection this month is BurgerTime Deluxe which is an adaptation of the original BurgerTime arcade-based game, which required players to create a hamburger with each ingredient at a time. Although this game isn’t very well recognized, it holds an important position in the history of video games because the arcade edition was a renowned and high-grossing component of the arcade game scene in the 1980s.

Alongside these contemporary old-fashioned games, Nintendo Switch Online is growing its NES and SNES collection with two brand new games for this month. the Side Pocket and Xevious.

Side Pocket is an online billiards game that lets players pool in order to achieve the highest scores. It’s not a lot, but it was a top-of-the-line game that was released across a variety of generations of consoles and arcades. It was so popular that it could switch to NES as well as SNES, Sega Genesis, and Game Gear consoles. The SNES version will be released for Nintendo Switch Online.

Xevioushas the same history that began with arcade games in the 1980s, before moving to NES, Game Boy Advance, Xbox 360, Wii Virtual Console, Nintendo 3DS, and beyond. It’s the NES version that will be released for Nintendo Switch.

The four titles are accessible to customers who subscribe, with further classic titles on the way.

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