A fresh batch of games for the Switch Online service has been revealed by Nintendo. The most recent additions, which include two Game Boy games, a SNES game, and an original NES game, are included in the standard tier.
This includes the 1995 Game Boy title Kirby’s Dream Land 2, BurgerTime Deluxe from Data East in 1991 for the Game Boy, Side Pocket from Data East in 1993, and the vintage Namco arcade shoot ’em up Xevious. Here is a complete summary provided by Nintendo’s PR:
Nintendo of America shares a tweet:
Game Boy – Nintendo Switch Online:
☑️ Kirby’s Dream Land 2
☑️ BurgerTime Deluxe
Super NES – Nintendo Switch Online:
☑️ SIDE POCKET
NES – Nintendo Switch Online:
☑️ XEVIOUS pic.twitter.com/zu9RaXEtAF
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 16, 2023
Kirby’s Dream Land 2
The seven Rainbow Islands’ connecting bridges have vanished! Battle King Dedede and his army of minions while assisting Kirby in solving the mystery. Meet Rick, Kine, and Coo along the way; each has valuable skills that will aid Kirby in saving the day!
The food fight in this vintage arcade game never stops! By navigating an action-packed kitchen to gather your ingredients, you can help Chef Peter Pepper make the perfect burger. However, be careful because renegade ingredients will do anything to put an end to your cooking days.
In Nine Ball Game and Pocket Game, you might be able to keep your composure behind the cue, but can you compete in Trick Game’s tricky finesse with the best? In both solo and multiplayer modes, use a variety of shots, and get ready to rock and roll in this 1993 billiards game for the Super NES!
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You are the only person who can save humanity from the evil XEVIOUS collective! To destroy XEVIOUS aircraft and bases from behind enemy lines, control the Solvalou Fighter and its assortment of weapons.
With its distinctive enemy types, hidden gameplay elements, and variety of vertically scrolling environments, XEVIOUS stood out from its mid-80s contemporaries. Do you have the cunning necessary to defeat XEVIOUS?