The data strings of SNES games for the Nintendo Switch Online service which were discovered last month have now been removed in the latest update to the ‘NES Online’ app.
The news comes from the Twitter use @itssimontime, who’s tweet was retweeted by dataminer @KapuccinoHeck, who was the one who discovered the game data in the first place.
Currently we are unsure as to why they were removed but we will make sure to write when we know more information.
Online UK Retailer, Base, may have revealed the release dates for three Nintendo Switch games to be released in 2019. They have put up three listings on the site for Animal Crossing for Nintendo Switch, Luigi’s Mansion 3, and Daemon X Machina. Nintendo hasn’t officially announced these dates for the games yet so this information should be seen as a rumour until we get confirmation from Nintendo themselves.
Their website says:
- Animal Crossing for Nintendo Switch: £47.85 (RRP £59.99)
- Luigi’s Mansion 3: £39.85 (RRP £49.99)
- Daemon X Machina: £39.85 (RRP £49.99)
New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe released last Friday and it has managed to go straight to number 1 on the charts in the United Kingdom. It has also managed to sell 24.8% more than what it did in a similar period on the Wii U.
Although, the Wii U had a smaller install base so we can’t tell for certain exactly how much better this is, but it certainly shows the success of the Switch!
Dataminer KapuccinoHeck has discovered SNES games that are unannounced for the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service. Here is what he has said:
Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story + Bowser Jr.’s Journey are now available in North America with the Europe release arriving in a couple of weeks. Nintendo has uploaded a launch trailer onto YouTube highlighting parts of the game.
Nintendo has announced that this month’s NES titles for Nintendo Switch Online are Zelda II: The Adventures of Link and Blaster Master. They are set to release 16th January. In Japan, they will be getting a third game, Joy Mech Fight.
Nintendo has released a brand new trailer for Yoshi’s Crafted World. The trailer focuses on the game’s story as well as revealing that it will be releasing on 29th March.
The UK video game charts have been published today including the sales after the Christmas holidays, and the Game Industry is reporting that Nintendo Switch game sales have managed to increase over 90% in 2018 over what it did in 2017.
Netflix in America will be grateful to know that last year’s Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You is now available for streaming on the US Netflix site.
It is available to stream in English, German, Italian, French and Spanish. Although the original Japanese version is not available.
2018 saw the Nintendo Switch’s first full year which meant high hopes for another successful year following 2017.
Amazon has released it’s list for the top selling video games from last year with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate managing to come up top.
Here is the list:
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Red Dead Redemption 2
- Super Mario Party
- Marvel’s Spider-Man
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
- Super Mario Odyssey
- Pokemon: Let’s Go Pikachu
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
- God of War
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild