16-bit gems we’d love to see on Switch.
Nintendo has been steadily adding to its Nintendo Switch Online NES and SNES offerings since the service launched, and although it was a slow start, we have to say we’re impressed with the breadth of titles available to anybody paying for a Nintendo Switch Online subscription.
It’s pleasing to see lesser-known titles such as Claymates, Jelly Boy, and Bombuzal sitting there alongside the standard, predictable 16-bit classics — your Mario Worlds, your Link to the Pasts, and your Super Metroids. Most of the big first-party games are present and correct (we say ‘most’ — we’ll get to a couple of the stragglers below), and there’s a a pleasantly varied bunch of third-party offerings.
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