• Nintendo Switch Online Offers Donkey Kong Country in July

    It’s been some time since the last library update for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers, but today, Nintendo revealed the next batch and one of the most requested titles is coming next week! On July 15, Nintendo plans to add Donkey Kong Country, Natsume Championship Wrestling, and The Immortal to...
  • Nintendo Switch Online Adds New NES and SNES Games Next Week

    After a drought as far back as September, Nintendo is finally adding new games to Nintendo Switch Online, with NES and SNES both getting two new titles next week. The NES side will add Shadow of the Ninja and Eliminator Boat Duel and the SNES side adds both Pop’n TwinBee and Smash Tennis....
  • One Year Later: Nintendo Switch Online

    Just over a year ago, Nintendo revealed its own paid subscription service: Nintendo Switch Online. What is Nintendo Switch Online? It’s Nintendo’s first paid subscription service that offered several things for $24.99 CAD a year. This service included online gameplay functionality, access to NES games with added online features,...
  • Get A Year Of Nintendo Switch Online Through Twitch Prime

    If you already subscribe to Amazon Prime, you also gain access to Twitch Prime. In that case, this is great for those of you who want a free year of Nintendo Switch Online. Nintendo and Twitch partnered up in what is an exciting incentive to join Prime. A Nintendo...
  • Nintendo Switch Online Arriving In September

    Nintendo Switch Online will be arriving in September and it will give members the ability to access online play in compatible games, save data cloud backup, and 20 classic NES games, to name only a few features. Pricing includes different options, but the $19.99 USD ($26 CAD) option for...
  • Nintendo Switch’s Online Service Will Begin In September

    Nintendo Switch Online has been in the works for some time, and after some lengthy delays, the premium service from Nintendo is set to go live this coming September, the company revealed today. Competitors Microsoft and Sony have been providing a premium service for years now, with Nintendo finally...