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.
Ex-NFLer Likens Nike Hiring Kaepernick to 9/11 and Pearl Harbor
Emir Caner said that the college would not support a company that uses someone to market their products who "mocks our troops". That's certainly not music to the ears of people who destroyed their Nike goods as a form of protest for the Kaepernick ad.
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.