Nintendo Switch Online Gets Game Boy Titles
- 2021-09-08 10:00
The classics of the world of video games might soon appear on the super-popular Nintendo Switch console. At the moment, there is a huge number of fans of the old games on Game Boy and Game Color. According to The Verge, Nintendo plans to add games to its Nintendo Switch Online subscription services. However, the names of future games are not known yet, so all that remains is to wait for more information in the coming weeks.
Bringing Back Nostalgia
On the Nate the Hate podcast, hosts revealed that some fans had predicted the release of this update back in 2019. The fans had found out about two unused emulators, and later this information was confirmed. This brings an opportunity to experience the nostalgia for handheld games like Pokémon, Kirby's Dream Land, etc.
In the world of consoles, new products do not last forever, and Nintendo understands this very well. Therefore, remakes and remasters of old games have become a thoughtful decision, which presents our beloved product in a new and improved light.
Nintendo revived the old cult games more than once. They have redone such iconic franchises as Super Mario Bros, The Legend of Zelda, Zelda II, and Donkey Kong. But Nintendo will soon hit three years old since its release, so you shouldn't expect a stormy revival of old games.
Nintendo’s History in the Gaming Industry
Nintendo was created by Fusajiro Yamauchi in 1889. The company was originally intended for playing cards. The first console called Color TV-Game was released in 1997. Thanks to its iconic games Donkey Kong and Super Mario Bros, the company gained worldwide fame. Since then, it has produced some of the most popular console gaming innovations.
Nintendo has come a long way and is still trying to impress its users with new technologies and games. But it also does not forget to pay tribute to what has brought such success to the company. What do you think about Nintendo's idea of bringing back old games? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below and share the article if you liked it.