First-person exploration indie hit Gone Home has finally arrived on Nintendo Switch, and there's one rather significant change that can be spotted with a close attention to detail.
If you're unfamiliar with the game, Gone Home has you play as a young woman exploring an empty house. Along the way, you can pick up - and sometimes interact with - certain items, which can either help to progress the story or simply provide more information to the game's backstory. The game has always featured made-up video games, available to pick up in one of the house's rooms, but Nintendo has allowed Fullbright Studios to include mock-ups of real SNES games.
As you can see, the in-game character has copies of Super Mario Kart, Donkey Kong Country, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - a predictable, but very solid, collection. Before you get ahead of yourselves, though, the games can't actually be loaded up and played GameCube Animal Crossing-style, but seeing the titles appear will still be a cool little moment for Nintendo fans, we're sure.
Have you played Gone Home? Have you picked it up for Switch? You can check out our review of the game right here.