Nintendo Switch Online has had a bit of a rocky start. The service meant to act as the Nintendo answer to PlayStation+ and Xbox Live Gold was beset with criticism from the outset. Nintendo offered a lacking feature set and had some issues dealing with consumer demand. The primary complaints surrounding the Switch online component
Nintendo Switch Online has been a bit controversial since it was first announced. Even though the prospect of a combination of online multiplayer, cloud save functionality for games, and free retro titles via emulation is all very appealing, the growth of the system has been slow. That isn’t to say that the Switch has struggled
Publisher and developer, The Pokemon Company and Game Freak respectively, have seriously done pretty good with their newest Switch release, Pokémon Sword and Shield. A wide array of visual updates, gameplay streamlining and new features have seen hardcore players pretty happy. Some have even sunk in hundreds of hours so far. Sadly though, it looks
With the initial offering of the Switch Online Service, Nintendo had rolled out a smattering of NES and SNES retro titles for the portable platform. These offerings were considered slim by some, and a lot gamers and Nintendo fans wanted more, because of course they did. After all, old Nintendo titles are the bread and
Nintendo has added another batch of classic NES games to the Nintendo Switch Online service as part of it’s effort to entice users into paying for the service. The marquee addition this week is The Legend of Zelda SP (or The Legend of Zelda – Living the life of luxury! in some territories). The other
Nintendo has announced that three more games are being added to the offerings of retro games on the Switch. Nintendo has announced that it will release three new games every month, and the first three will be added next week. Fans of retro sport titles have something to look forward to with the introduction of
Gamers and Switch fans had a minor freakout over an apparent quirk to the Nintendo Switch Online service involving cloud-based save games. The issue was that Nintendo apparently hadn’t made it clear what would happen to your saved games stored in the cloud when your subscription to Switch Online Services ran out. Some gamers took
The Nintendo Direct livestream was a treasure trove of new games and other details for excited gamers today. We already heard about some of the new titles like New Super Mario Bros. Deluxe, but there’s even more coming for the Switch. The Nintendo Switch is finally getting full online play via a paid subscription service.