Nintendo Switch Online subscribers get Japanese classics from the hand every now and then. In February it is time again and Nintendo jumps four new titles.
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While Sony and Microsoft give subscribers to their paid online services new games every month, Nintendo has meanwhile abandoned this rhythm. Nevertheless, you still do not have to do without new NES and SNES classics, because these are now donated at irregular intervals.
In February it is time again, as the Japanese now confirmed. As of February 19, there will be four new titles, two each from NES and SNES days. From the SNES era, you can look forward to Pop'n Twinbee and Smash Tennis. Shadow of the Ninja and Eliminator Boat Duel await you from the NES.
Super NES – Nintendo Switch Online:
・ Pop'n TwinBee
・ Smash tennis
NES – Nintendo Switch Online:
・ Shadow of the Ninja
・ Eliminator Boat Duel pic.twitter.com/Ot2dMp6t0I
– Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 12, 2020
Pop'n Twinbee is the sixth part of Konami's Twinbee series and was originally released in 1993; in the shoot'em up you have to get crazy Dr. Stop Murdock. Namco's Smash Tennis comes from the same year and provides a retro-style tennis feeling on eight courts.
The Jump'n'Run Shadow of the Ninja by Natsume dates back to 1990 and offers you classic genre fare in person from one of two different ninjas. Eliminator Boat Duel is a racing game from 1991 and was developed by Sculptured Software. With racing boats you have to prove yourself in water races and can further upgrade your vehicle with the money earned.