Every free NES game added to Nintendo Switch Online in March 2019

Every free NES game added to Nintendo Switch Online in March 2019

Every free NES game added to Nintendo Switch Online in March 2019

Nintendo has named the free NES games coming to the Switch Online service this month and they are StarTropics and Kid Icarus. In this case, subscribers from the West can try out Yie ar Kung-Fu and Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light. Here's the complete, albeit short lineup of free NES games available for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers in March: Kid Icarus: The evil goddess Medusa has stolen the Three Sacred Treasures and imprisoned the goddess of light, Palutena, in her evil plot to control all.

Kid Icarus is Pit's debut title.

The mechanics of the game is traditional for the genre - you need to jump on the platforms, fighting monsters and collecting items. They do still get Kid Icarus.

When Nintendo announced that users would have to pay for the online service some didn't receive the news well, with countless forum threads calling Nintendo greedy since the service used to be free for previous consoles. Along the way you will recruit unique units to aid you in battle. It features perma-death like all other Fire Emblem games, but the series' iconic weapon triangle is gone. In between matches, there's also bonus modes to rack up points.

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Each month, Nintendo adds two or three new games to the Nintendo Entertainment System library that is available to Nintendo Switch Online members.

The press release outlining these upcoming titles also mentioned a Tetris 99 tournament. During that time, win first place (you'll see TETRIS MAXIMUS on the results screen when you do) as many times as you can.

Both Startropics and Kid Icarus were part of the line-up of the NES Classic when it was released in 2016, so if you're a big Nintendo fan, it's likely you already have handy access to these games. It's also a surprisingly challenging game, especially with labyrinths filled with Eggplant Wizards, one of the most annoying minions from that era of gaming. What do you think about the Japanese line-up for March?

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