Similar to Sony and Microsoft, Nintendo has a premium subscription service. Tied to this service are a few little goodies and incentives such as the ability to play online multiplayer video games. What is a bit different compared to the others is the video games offered for free. While Microsoft and Sony tend to keep the games relatively new, Nintendo is doing the opposite by providing gamers with free classic titles from the Nintendo Entertainment System along with the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Now while Nintendo may not give players video games that are in this current-generation, the service as a whole is quite a bit cheaper. Coming in at just $20 for the entire year, players can make use of these games for free, gain access to certain deals, and also be able to play multiplayer online. If you’re interested in the service or already own it, then check out what video games are coming to the service next.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
- Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest
- Mario’s Super Picross
- The Peace Keepers
Nintendo Entertainment System
- S.C.A.T.: Special Cybernetic Attack Team
It seems that the biggest title most would be familiar with here is Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest. The games may be a bit older, but it does offer some players the ability to relive some classics or enjoy these games for the very first time. Still, for fans that are wanting a bit more variety of content to enjoy then some recent rumors suggest we may find the Nintendo 64 being featured on the Nintendo Switch Online service next. That’s only rumors and you can read more about it right here. At any rate, what do you think of the latest games coming out for the Nintendo Online service this September 23, 2020?