Nintendo Life is reporting that two new NES games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online on July 17, along with a new Rewind feature that lets you skip backward in a game. 3, and you can find trailers for the new games and the Rewind feature down below. Stay wired in for when the update drops. The latest releases, Donkey Kong 3 and Wrecking Crew, will also be added to the service on July 17th. Donkey Kong 3 is more of a shooter than a platformer and is a pretty radical departure from its forebears.
Wrecking Crew - In the days before Mario and Luigi became sports stars in their downtime from saving the princess, they tried their hands as one-man wrecking crews.
The service's NES games already have a Save State feature, which allows players to save the game at any point they want to and pick up from there later, or return to it if they make too many mistakes after creating the save state. Online play, Save Data Cloud and Nintendo Switch Online smartphone app features available in compatible games. The idea is to take a hammer and destroy ladders, pipes, walls, and other objects.
A Nintendo Switch Online membership also gives people access to special offers, such as the exclusive chance to purchase a pair of wireless Nintendo Entertainment System Controllers, which look like the original NES controller.
On Wednesday, July 17, these two titles will join the ever-growing list of NES Classics that saw Double Dragon II: The Revenge, Volleyball, and City Connection added last month.
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