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Nintendo Reveals Two New NES Titles Arriving to Switch Online

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The two latest titles to hit the Switch’s Online service have been revealed by Nintendo as they continuously increase the title count for the subscription. The service allows subscribers to play a library of classic NES titles on their Switch console for a relatively low cost.

The two new titles revealed are Kung-Fu Heroes and Vice: Project Doom will hit the service later this month. Check out the new trailer for both of the titles below:

You can read the summary of each game via Nintendo below:

Kung-Fu Heroes:

Monsters have taken Princess Min-Min and the 10 treasures of the land, and the people have fallen into sorrow. Only Kung-Fu Masters Jacky and Lee can save the princess and retrieve the treasures! Their journey will take them to eight different castles filled with hosts of traps and obstacles. Use punches and the Miracle Kick to defeat the enemies. You will need quick wits and lightning reflexes to make it to the last castle!

Vice: Project Doom:

There exists a group of undercover detectives who dare stand up to the evil in the world… They are known as Vice. Officer Quinn Hart, a member of Vice, is on the case and after the truth. High-speed car chases, action-packed battles employing three types of weapons and a mode with three 3D rail-shooting stages all bring this cyberpunk world to life.

As for now, NES games are the only titles available on the Switch Online Service, but many fans are hopeful and expecting other retro consoles – such as SNES, N64, etc. – to hit the service at some point in the future. The two new titles are set to launch on the service on August 21, 2019 for all subscribers.

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