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Nintendo has announced a series of new games for the Switch Online service. The latest additions are part of the standard tier – two Game Boy titles, one SNES title and one original NES game have been added.
These include the 1995 Game Boy release Kirby’s Dream Land 2, Data East’s 1991 Game Boy game BurgerTime Deluxe, the 1993 Data East game Side Pocket, and Namco’s arcade classic Xevious.
Here’s the full rundown, courtesy of Nintendo’s PR:
Kirby’s Dream Land 2 – The bridges connecting the seven rainbow islands have disappeared! Help Kirby unravel the mystery as you battle King Dedede and his horde of minions. Along the way, meet Rick, Kine, and Coo – all with vital skills to help Kirby save the day!
BurgerTime Deluxe – It’s a non-stop food fight in this classic arcade game! Help Chef Peter Pepper create the ultimate burger as you traverse an action-packed kitchen to collect your materials – but watch out, as rogue ingredients will stop at nothing to bring your cooking days to an end.
Pictures: Nintendo, Nintendo / Data East Super NES
SIDE POCKET – You might be cool behind the cue in Nine Ball Game and Pocket Game, but do you have what it takes to play with the best in the challenging Trick Game? Use a variety of shots in both solo and multiplayer modes and get ready to rack ‘n’ roll in this pool game originally released for the Super NES in 1993!
Image: Nintendo/Data East NES
XEVIOUS – You are humanity’s last hope against the sinister XEVIOUS collective! Control the Solvalou Fighter and its multitude of weapons in your mission to destroy XEVIOUS aircraft and bases deep behind enemy lines. XEVIOUS differed from its mid-80s contemporaries with its unique enemy types, hidden gameplay features, and variety of vertically scrolling environments. Ask yourself, are you sneaky enough to beat XEVIOUS?
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