KXIP vs KKR Live Score

The latest Nintendo Direct presentation contained some surprise announcements for Switch owners. Games shown during the Direct included Ghosts 'n Goblins, Ice Climbers, and Dr. Mario. There is also a family plan available that costs $34.99 annually and is shareable between up to eight Nintendo Accounts. A question arises, too, as to how Nintendo will handle the incoming accusations of being unfair to other third-party software developers: why do some games get special privileges, while others don't?

There's a very peculiar rule that's worth noting regarding the NES games. Fortunately, a more detailed FAQ posted on Nintendo's website has shed some light on what exactly users can expect from certain aspects of the service.

What's up with the smartphone app?

Today, however, we're learning some new things about the service - more specifically what players will need to do if they want to keep their cloud saves or keep playing NES games.

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Nintendo says the first shipments will go out the door in mid-December priced at $59.99 for two. These games will support online play, and the newly announced NES Joy-Cons.

Anything else I should know?

There's also Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon Everybuddy! coming this winter, World of Final Fantasy Maxima on November 6 (also for PS4 and PC), and Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, the Switch version of which is available now alongside PS4 and Xbox One. It sounds like this could change, but it will be the policy at launch.


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