Fans of the original Nintendo console are eager to learn that the four classic games have come for their modern Nintendo Switch.
The early Nintendo Entertainment System (known as NES) and the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) hosted a number of popular games, most of which are constantly being revived for modern gamers such as the Super Mario series.
On May 15, Nintendo announced that NES Regar and SNES Games will play Operation Logic Bomb, Panel D Pon (also known as Tetris Attack) and Wildguns to join Nintendo Switch online from May 20. These add-ons will bring a total of more than 80 classic games available.
Four more titles will be added to the #NES & #SNES compilation – #NintendoSwitchOnline 5/20, bringing a total of more than 80 classic games!
Super NES – Nintendo Switch Online:
Operational Logic Bomb
Pan Panel D Pan
NES – Nintendo Switch Online:
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– Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) May 15, 2020
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Rigar is an arcade style game in which the player controls a warrior who fights against an animal in search of a real villain named Rigar. Operation Logic Bomb has a sci-fi theme, working with interdimensional monsters in search of freeing the secret lab.
In contrast, what was originally known as Panel de Pon in Japan (but known as Tetris Attack in the West) is a logical game, in which the existing blocks will fit and erase with color before reaching the top of the screen. Prominent characters in the game varied from country to country, in the original version they portrayed fairies, others adopted popular characters from Mario’s universe.
The Wild Guns went through a space encounter through a character named Annie and her grace hunter, as they shoot at enemy robots and try to avenge the death of their family. Updated versions of the game have been available on other devices, including the Wii and PlayStation 4 in recent years (here we get the latest PS4 offer).
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