Classic SNES Games Added In The Nintendo Switch Online Update

The most recent update for the Nintendo Switch, the Nintendo Switch Online June 2023 update has added many classic games to the console.

By DShelley, Posted 06 Jun 2023

There seems to be no shortage of games being added to the Nintendo Switch and the Nintendo Switch Online June 2023 update has added even more games to the console's ever-growing catalogue, mainly being some SNES classics. The games added to the console include the classic Harvest Moon game, Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble, Mystery Tower and more!

Nintendo Switch Online is Nintendo's very own subscription service and lets players get access to an array of older Nintendo games. The service gets updated rather frequently and with the additions for June being added only a few weeks after three GBA classics became available on the platform. The service began back in the Fall of 2018 and has steadily grown since, according to reports the service currently has well over 36 million subscribers as of September 2022.

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The service was so successful that the gaming giant even offered a more expensive Expansion Pack tier. This tier became available in October 2021 and allowed subscribers to gain access to GBA and N64 titles, along with a slew of other benefits such as the Booster Course Pass for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Despite all that Expansion Pack tier offers, the base service model is still where Nintendo puts most of their focus and regularly receives new content.

However, for the month of June, the service added an array of classic SNES titles such as Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble, Mystery Tower, Blaster Master: Enemy Below and of course, the original Harvest Moon. These games became available on 5 June 2023, and are just a few of the titles added to Nintendo's subscription service. The most notable that has been added, is Harvest Moon, which to this day is considered to be the grandfather of all farming games and is still one of the most successful farm management games.

Another notable game is Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble. The game was considered way ahead of its time when it was first released back in 2000, mainly due to the game's rather unusual control scheme. The game's cartridge featured an accelerometer, which would allow players to control Kirby by tilting their handheld. However, with the game now available on the more modern Nintendo Switch, the game can truly shine as both the Joy-Cons and Switch Pro Controller feature far more precise and refined controls than the Game Boy Color.

With all the new games being added the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service on a monthly basis, players will need to keep their eyes peeled to see games will be added next.

Daman Shelley (@UndeadandTired)
Editor, NoobFeed

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