Nintendo Switch Online February games: Kirby Classic and Super Mario Bros 2 RELEASED

Nintendo Switch Online can best be described as a Netflix-style subscription service for games. Although the Nintendo Switch Online value is questionable, fans of classic titles are guaranteed to get some new retro games every month. Some months are better than others, but February’s release sees the introduction of two indisputably quality titles.

Nintendo Switch Online subscribers are in for a treat this month.

Super Mario Bros 2 and Kirby’s Adventure will be made available on the Nintendo Switch from Wednesday, February 13.

The two classic titles follow from January’s release including Zelda II: The Adventures of Link and Blaster Master in North America.

And lucky players in Japan received a bonus game, Joy Mech Fight.

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However, it still remains unclear if will ever appear in other regions later this month.

The NES library for Switch Online subscribers launched with 20 retro classic titles, including Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and Donkey Kong, among others.

And the titles already released in 2019 means the NES library now boasts one enviable titles.

Nintendo Switch Online costs £3.49 ($4) a month and £6.99 ($8) for three months.

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An annual subscription costs £17.99 ($20), while a Family Membership for up to eight Nintendo Account members costs £31.49 ($35) for 12 months.

New Nintendo Switch subscribers can sign-up for a seven-day free trial.

In addition to free NES classic titles arriving every month, Nintendo Switch subscribers are entitled to cloud save access, and online play for games including Super Smash Bros.and Mario Kart 8 Ultimate.

Nintendo only recently confirmed their Nintendo Switch Online subscription service had hit 8 million members and there are early signs Nintendo intends to significantly expand their subscription service.

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Shuntaro Furukawa, Nintendo president said: “In last September, we launched Nintendo Switch Online, a paid service that expands the online functionality of Nintendo Switch.

“Nintendo Switch Online has had a good start, with the number of subscribers surpassing eight million accounts not including free trials.

“In keeping with our goal of providing Nintendo Switch owners with ‘More Games. More Features. More Fun,’ we are working on continuing to expand the service offerings.”

This follows the release of Nintendo’s latest earnings report which announced the company’s lowered prospects for how many Nintendo Switch it expects to shift for the fiscal year.