Earlier, Nintendo finally added SNES games to its growing library of retro titles that Switch Online subscribers can access. Some might be excited at the prospect of SNES games joining the roster monthly, much like the NES games before them. However, it looks like this will sadly not be the case.
The Gaming Historian has uploaded an interesting video about a 9 year old boy suing Nintendo in the 1990s.
Nintendo has officially announced that Kung-Fu Heroes & Vice: Project Doom will be coming soon to the Nintendo Switch Online NES service.
It’s been over 30 years since the NES was first released, and yet companies are still making games for it.
Whether you want to take on the role of a kung-fu master or an undercover detective, Nintendo Entertainment System™ – Nintendo Switch Online has you covered.
You might want to dig up the dusty corners of your own home after reading this.
This week, Limited Run Games will be taking Star Wars back to the golden age of videogames!
Game developer Birthday Boy has successfully hit their funding goal for 8-bit retro platformer Orange Island, meaning that the game will be developed for Steam.