Nintendo took the path Xbox, and PlayStation followed when they started offering a paid subscription service for online playing on the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch Online service provides a plethora of services like cloud saves and the rest. Still, the real fun comes from a massive library of NES and Super NES games available via emulator apps meant for that very reason. \n \nAlso, Nintendo Online Switch NES and Super NES emulation come with some whistles and extra bells. So what does that mean? For instance, players can rewind or suspend the current states to give themselves extra chances of getting past those QWERTY challenges. Also, Nintendo offers the 'SP' versions of games, which provide players extra leg on any competition. \n \nWhen they first started, the first batch of NES games was joined by other titles each month. As a way to celebrate their first anniversary, Nintendo came about Super NES games, while they announced the dismissal of new batches of games added monthly. Contrary to that decision, Nintendo recently added six latest games (not new per se, but still new) on its Switch console. \n \nHere's a rundown of today's release; Super Punch-Out, Kirby Super Star, Crystalis, Breath of Fire II, Journey To Silius, and Star Fox 2. \n \n \n \nHere’s a list of SNES games released today: \n \nStar Fox 2 \nThis 3D rail-shooter and sequel of the original Star Fox series was first designed for Super NES but was held until its official debut on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition system in 2017. \n \nAround this time, Emperor Andross is currently on a crusade to conquer the Lylat system and the Star Fox team itself. Well, there you go, the long-anticipated action –thriller, Star Fox. \n \nSuper Punch-Out \nWith its tight gameplay and never-ending humor, the series is known for. This classic adds to the SNES titles as Little Mac returns to the ring with the World Video Boxing Association belt once again at a spike. \n \nKirby Super Star \nThe dreaded King Dedede, who steals all the food in Dream Land—is at it still. With the current happenings in the game, it's up to Kirby to get it back and ultimately save Popstar from the invasion. With Kirby’s fight, dash and flee mechanics, there’s never a dull moment. \n \nBreath of Fire II \nIt starts 500 years after the original titles, as players take on the role of Ryu, the last member of the Dragon Clan. In your journey, a crew of companions joins in the adventure wondering mysterious lands filled with magic and fantasy. \n \nHere’s a list of NES games released today: \n \nCrystalis \nThis action-RPG is set in a world where civilization is in chaos, and the young protagonist wakes from cryogenic sleep, then the adventure begins. The task is to collect the Sword of Wind and move into the Unknown. \n \nJourney to Silius \nTake on the mechanical army responsible for Jay’s father’s death. Conquer endless waves of attack cyborgs and realize his father’s dream of building a space colony in the Silius Solar System.