Last night, Twitter user @KappuccinoHeck was looking through the Nintendo Switch’s NES Online App’s data and discovered twenty-two SNES games that Nintendolife.com argues Nintendo might release for the Nintendo Switch’s online service at a later date.
The list of the twenty-two SNES games that @KappuccinoHeck found are as follows:
- Super Mario Kart
- Super Soccer
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
- Demon’s Crest
- Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island
- Stunt Race FX
- Kirby’s Dream Course
- Pop’n Twinbee
- Star Fox
- Contra 3
- Kirby SuperStar
- Super Ghouls’n Ghosts
- Kirby’s Dream Land 3
- Super Metroid
- Super Mario World
- Star Fox 2
- Super Punch-Out!!
- The Legend of the Mystical Ninja
- Super Mario All-Stars
- Breath of Fire 2
The dataminer also posted a link to prove that his discoveries are accurate and truthful. To check out Kapu’s evidence, click here. However, these SNES games aren’t the only discoveries that were made when digging through the NES Online App.
According to Nintendolife.com, “another dataminer who goes by the Twitter handle @OatmealDome – claims to have discovered the following information (…), suggesting there will be two to three more emulators added to the Switch Online service at a later date.”
Though we don’t know what these classic consoles could be, many assume that the code-names could be pointing toward the Nintendo 64 and Nintendo Gameboy devices. This is based on various rumors that spread sometime last year about Nintendo working on an Nintendo 64 classic system.
Yet, Kotaku’s interview with Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime, declared that Nintendo hasn’t started and isn’t interested in making an Nintendo 64 Classic system. To view the full-interview, click here.
Since Nintendo’s been providing new NES titles to the online service once-a-month, some don’t expect Nintendo to drop news about the subscription service receiving SNES titles. Are these pre-planned SNES titles being saved for a huge reveal in a possible Nintendo Direct? Maybe, maybe not.
Regardless, we’ll keep you updated when Nintendo decides to reveal/release these titles for their current Nintendo Switch online service.
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