Two More NES Games Join The Nintendo Switch Online Service In August

Two More NES Games Join The Nintendo Switch Online Service In August

A $20 Switch Online subscription so people can buy their nostalgia back is an impulse POS (point of sale) buy if I ever saw one.

So far, Nintendo has included more than 40 other classic NES titles including Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, Kid Icarus, Star Soldier, Donkey Kong 3, and many more for Nintendo Switch Online members.

Instead, in a cadence that gets absolutely roasted constantly, Nintendo is doling out a select few NES games a month, and many of which are not those quality first-party classics you remember.

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The second game coming later this month is Vice: Project Doom, in which you play as an undercover detective in a cyberpunk world.

Nintendo Switch Online members can take the full Mario Tennis Aces game for a (top) spin now through August 13, for free.

This month's August Games Update will be including two lesser-known titles, Kung-Fu Heroes and Vice: Project Doom. Gamers play the role of Officer Quinn Hart to unravel a conspiracy about a new kind of alien substance and its connection with the B.E.D.A Corporation. During an ace of a promotion that lasts until 11:59 p.m. PT on August 20, the digital version of Mario Tennis Aces will be 30% off in Nintendo eShop. These controllers are optional and not required to play the Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo Switch Online collection of games.

Nintendo Switch Online expands support for voice chat via the smartphone app with a variety of fan-favorite multiplayer online games, including Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, ARMS and Mario Tennis Aces. Offer not available for free trial holders. Up to eight Nintendo Account holders can use a family membership, which costs $34.99 for a year. To obtain a login, please register on the site.

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