It’s currently running at Nintendo. The Nintendo switch is celebrating its sixth birthday today and is still selling well despite approaching retirement. It is now the third most successful console in video game history. Alongside exclusive re-releases like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Nintendo is a master at keeping fans entertained by re-issuing timeless classics. Some of them are always “free” if you have an online subscription.
Play numerous classics “for free” on Nintendo Switch Online
The paid subscription service Nintendo Switch Online is divided into two price segments. The The basic model costs 19.99 euros per year and offers, in addition to the possibility to gamble online, access to countless classics of the NES, Super Nintendo and the Game Boy (Color).
In connection with that expansion pack one counts 39.99 euros per year and can also play selected games from the Sega Mega Drive, Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Advance. In addition, Nintendo regularly releases new tracks for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which are also accessible with the expansion pack.
Everyone is talking about Metroid – this classic will be coming to Nintendo Switch soon
With the remaster of the Gamecube classic Metroid Prime (read our review here!), Nintendo accomplished the feat of releasing what is probably the best-rated game of the year so far. There is hardly a video game company that so skilfully sells its masterpieces to loyal fans in ever new iterations for the umpteenth time.
However, it looks different Metroide Fusion out of. Released in 2002, the space adventure is considered one of the best 2D Metroids of all time and was originally released for Nintendo’s handheld 32-bit handheld Game Boy Advance. As has now been announced, Metroid Fusion will appear on Thursday 09 March 2023for Nintendo Switch Online.
So if you have a subscription with an expansion pack, you can enjoy the timeless classic without additional costs play. Metroid (NES, 1986), Metroid II – Return of Samus (Game Boy, 1991) and Super Metroid (SNES, 1994) are now joined by the fourth part of the popular game series on the Nintendo Switch, which was then released together with Castlevania by Konami the genre of Metroidvanias justified.