In addition to the classic gorilla game of Donkey Kong Country, Natsume Championship Wrestling (SNES) and The Immortal (NES) will also be added to the Nintendo Switch Online service next week on July 15.
Better late than never! The classic Super Nintendo Donkey Kong Country will be available in the Nintendo Switch online subscription service game catalog in the next week on Wednesday. In addition, two lesser-known games will also be added in the same update, including SNES Natsume Championship Wrestling and The Immortal for NES Online.
Check out the official trailer released by Nintendo below:
Considered as a true masterpiece of video games for many players, Donkey Kong Country was one of the most requested games by fans to enter the catalog of games available on SNES Online since the creation of the service. The first solo adventure of gorilla won the hearts of gamers by presenting an extremely entertaining 2D platformer, with revolutionary graphics for the time and an impeccable soundtrack.
Natsume Championship Wrestling is an adaptation of the Japanese game Zen-Nippon Pro Wrestling Dash: Sekai Saikyo Tag about wrestling. The game has 12 fighters and more than 50 different tricks.
The Immortal is an adventure fantasy game for NES. The plot of the game tells about a wizard who is looking for his mentor. The game had from 7 to 8 levels (depending on the version). Users had to fight monsters, solve puzzles, and avoid deadly traps.
On the other hand, subscribers to a Japanese Nintendo Switch Online account will be awarded different games for the collection.
In addition to Donkey Kong Country, the Japanese version will feature exclusively Shin Megami Tensei for SNES Online and Vice: Project Doom for NES Online instead of the games announced in the American version.
Remember that to enjoy the games, you must have a subscription to the Nintendo Switch Online service, regardless of the period of time purchased.
Super NES – Nintendo Switch Online:
・Donkey Kong Country
・Natsume Championship Wrestling
NES – Nintendo Switch Online:
・The Immortal pic.twitter.com/dNQ5A1yQhD
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) July 8, 2020