Ninja Gaiden, Wario & # 39; s Woods and Adventures of Lolo arrive on the 12th.
By Adam Bankhurst
Ninja Gaiden, Wario's Woods and Adventures of Lolo will all be added to the Nintendo Switch System Online – Nintendo Entertainment System next Wednesday, December 12th.
These three titles will join the ever-growing list of NES classics that have seen Metroid, Mighty Bomb Jack and TwinBee added last month.
Ninja Gaiden was released on NES in late 1988 in Japan and the United States in March 1989.
Players take control of Ryu Hayabusa, a "rising ninja in the clan of his family who travels to America to take revenge on his father's death".
Ninja Gaiden presents 6 chapters and 14 levels, excluding boss battles, and sees Ryu defeating all his enemies with his lethal dragon sword, ninja skills and ninja magic.
Ninja Gaiden was the start of a successful series that has many voices and has also inspired games like The Messenger of this year.
Wario's Woods lets you take control of the amiable toad as it collects monsters and bombs and tries to fix them to free the screen from enemies. Fans of puzzle games like Dr. Mario should not hesitate to give this title since 1994 a look.
Wario's Woods was published on SNES at the same time and was actually Nintendo's latest NES game before it was discontinued in 1995.
Lolo's adventures follow … well … Lolo, how do you start to save the love of his life, Lala, from the diabolical king Egger. Solve environmental enigmas in this title of HAL Laboratory, originally launched in North America in 1989.
Nintendo Switch Online and its NES game library came back live in September and even allowed subscribers to pre-order NES wireless controllers for the Switch that will be shipped later this month.
Adam Bankhurst is a journalist for IGN who is still waiting to be able to play SNES games on his Switch. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst.