Nintendo Switch Online Adds Retro Games: NES, Game Boy, and Super Nintendo Classics Now Available

Nintendo Adds Four Retro Games to Switch Online Library


Nintendo has expanded its library of Switch Online classics by including four retro games. Subscribers of Nintendo Switch Online can now access two more NES games, a lesser-known Game Boy game, and an iconic puzzle game from the Super Nintendo, all as part of their subscription. The newly added Kirby’s Star Stacker, which was originally released in the late 1990s on the SNES, is also included.

New Additions

Nintendo Switch Online members can now access classic Game Boy, Super NES, and NES titles.

The new additions include Quest for Camelot for the Game Boy, as well as Joy Mech Fight and Downtown Nekketsu March Super-Awesome Field Day for the NES.

Nintendo announced the news on Twitter, along with a preview video showcasing the games. Other titles available include Kirby’s Star Stacker.

You can check out gameplay from each of the titles by clicking play on the video below.

Twitter Announcement

Subscription Details

In the UK, the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service can be accessed for a monthly fee of £3.49, or alternatively, £6.99 for three months or £17.99 annually.

A 12-month family membership is available for £31.49, allowing up to eight individuals to share the membership across various consoles by creating a family group.

Members of the subscription service have access to a vast library of NES, SNES, and Game Boy games. The most notable advantage of this service is the option to engage in online multiplayer gameplay in popular titles such as Splatoon 3, Super Smash Bros Ultimate, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

Enthusiasts of Nintendo Switch can opt for an enhanced version, featuring the inclusion of N64, Sega Mega Drive and Game Boy Advance titles.

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