Following last week’s discovery of Nintendo Switch Online: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), datamines have found more evidence of Nintendo ramping up preparations for the new SNES service.
Bandai Namco Entertainment has released Super Gachapon World: SD Gundam X as a separate download on the Nintendo Switch eShop in Japan.
Bandai Namco Entertainment Brazil has announced it’s planning to give away free codes to redeem Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden on Nintendo Switch if the number of newsletter subscribers it has reaches 10,000.
Nintendo Co. Ltd might be working on something related to the Super Famicom behind the scenes.
The Steam blog has just updated with some intriguing snippets today.
Today, we’ve received interesting news of a potential Super Mario Kart appearance in the upcoming Wreck-It Ralph 2.
Back in the day of the SNES, consoles had small memories, slow processors and generally not as great as those of today. So it was not really possible to include a full symphonic band recording like that of Breath of the Wild. Still, each game must have some musical accompaniment, and Game Composers have to find a way to put their works in.