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Nintendo Switch Online: the NES / SNES catalog is updated ... little

The Nintendo Switch Online retrogaming service, which offers its subscribers a selection of titles that have appeared on NES and SNES, is updated for the month of February bringing new titles ... but the community ...

Nintendo Switch Online, 6 games coming soon

The retrogaming service associated with the Nintendo Switch Online subscription was a bit lacking in the last few months, not to say almost flat. Fortunately, with the new update it seems things should change as ...
Tarzan - NES

Here is Tarzan's game for SNES that has never seen the light

The year was 1994, and next to a resounding Donkey Kong Country, a much-appreciated Super Metroid and many other historic titles by then, the then great spearhead of the Grande N, the Super Nintendo, should have hosted ...

Return to the SNES - Editorial

I know, retrogaming is not for everyone. I also know that when offered by the house, as in this situation, it is often used as a lark mirror and a mere filler to flesh out the offer ...
Nintendo Switch Online

Nintendo Switch Online, NES and SNES games will no longer run monthly

During the last Nintendo Direct, subscribers to the Nintendo Switch Online service finally got access to SNES games on Nintendo Switch, even if there is a problem. Nintendo has indeed announced that it has interrupted the ...

Nintendo Switch Online with a new library of games

Starting from the 6 September, a new library dedicated entirely to the Super Nintendo will be available in the digital service of Nintendo Switch Online. The list includes 20 titles that you can find below. Brawl Brothers Demon's Crest ...

Nintendo Switch Online, incoming SNES games and other retro-consoles?

References to SNES games and other unknown emulators have been found in some code strings of the Nintendo Switch Online.

Rayman, Prototype INEDITO and Download

Lately you hear more and more talk about master disk, gold source code. As you have already noticed the retrogam is back really fashionable, it's just a few hours ago the release news ...

Death Stranding, Kojima may have announced the DLC

We all know that Hideo Kojima has always been a particularly cryptic character, especially when it comes to Death Stranding. In these hours the Game ...

Dreams - Review

Imagine being able to give free rein to your imagination, being able to literally realize everything that passes through your head. All without need ...

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