Last night, Nintendo revealed a trio of new additions for SNES and Nintendo Switch online applications online. However, once the applications were updated, users noted that -soil Jim 2 was not the only new incorporation into the SNES application! Nintendo also added two «SP» versions of Súper Stroke !! _ and _The world of Super Mario. The special versions of the two games allow players to enjoy all the content unlocked from the beginning. It is a good way for players to experience everything these games have to offer, even if they do not have time to unlock everything.

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These SP releases have been somewhat common in Nintendo Switch online. In the SNES application, both Súper Metroid and Super Mario Kart received previously SP versions. In the NES application, there have been many more offers, including SP versions of Super Mario Bros 3, The Adventure of Kirby, zelda II: Link adventure, master Blaster, and more. It’s nothing too significant, but it gives the players something extra to see!

It is not clear why Nintendo did not include these SP releases in your ad, but it should be a good extra for subscribers. Nintendo Switch Online has created a respectable library in recent years, and although there is no such games as fanatics would prefer to see, it is difficult to exaggerate the amount of quality games that subscribers can play. NES and SNES had impressive libraries, and now those who have Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack can also see the games that were launched for the first time in Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis.

Hopefully, we will continue to see a constant flow of content for all these consoles in the coming years. There have been rumors that Nintendo could add even more previous systems in the future, including Game Boy. That would undoubtedly be amazing to see, but for now, fans will only have to settle for what is currently available!

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