Nintendo Switch Online is getting three more classic NES games

Nintendo Switch Online is getting three more classic NES games

Nintendo Switch Online is getting three more classic NES games

It's unclear what new Punch-Out! game Tyson is referring to, as to our knowledge there hasn't been a brand new entry in the series announced just yet, or a sequel, that we know of.

Nintendo has picked up the pace ever so slightly this month, as Nintendo Switch Online subscribers will gain access to three new games instead of two, which has been the norm so far in 2019. Mac works his way up a ladder of increasingly tough enemies culminating in a battle with the titleholder Mr. Dream. It was released in Japan as Super Mario Bros.

Tyson took shots at major video game developer Nintendo in a Tweet on April 4, claiming that the company had already begun production on a new "Punch Out" game without notifying him. All of these NES games have been enhanced with online features and, using the power of Nintendo Switch, can be played at home on the TV or on the go.

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However you choose to pick up Cuphead for Nintendo Switch, I totally recommend it. Ultimate, a new installment for Punch-Out! hasn't come about since the 2009 release on the Nintendo Wii. Your mission is to halt a galactic invasion masterminded by Starbrain, a giant computer inhabiting a floating space station. Online play, Save Data Cloud backup and Nintendo Switch Online smartphone app features available in compatible games.

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