Nintendo has been steadily adding to its Nintendo Switch Online NES and SNES offerings since the service launched, and although it was a slow start, we have to say we're impressed with the breadth of titles available to anybody paying for a Nintendo Switch Online subscription.
It's pleasing to see lesser-known titles such as Claymates, Jelly Boy, and Bombuzal sitting there alongside the standard, predictable 16-bit classics — your Mario Worlds, your Link to the Pasts, and your Super Metroids. Most of the big first-party games are present and correct (we say 'most' — we'll get to a couple of the stragglers below), and there's a a pleasantly varied bunch of third-party offerings.
Despite the glaring omissions, on the whole the available library delivers a decent snapshot of a '90s gamer's shelf. Most of the conspicuous absences are also available elsewhere on Switch, either as standalone download releases or as part of a compilation. Those significant outliers still exist, though, so below we've rounded up 20 SNES games we'd like to see come to Nintendo's online service.
Some are perhaps more likely than others due to licensing or other business factors, but deals are for the making! We'd love to see an expansion into the 3D era with Nintendo 64 games, too, but there are plenty of 16-bit gems to revisit if Nintendo is 64-bit shy. Let's take a look at some of the best...
(Spoilers: there are lots of Konami games!)
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (SNES)
This Square-developed progenitor to the Paper Mario series turned 25 earlier this year and is one of the standout omissions from the service to date. Swapping the side-on platforming view for an isometric perspective, this adventure naturally offered a richer narrative and more entertaining roster of well-written characters than any previous Mario game.
Whether Square Enix is somehow blocking the game's release on the service is up for debate — it is available on the SNES Classic Mini, if you managed to grab one of those. It would be much more convenient to have access to it on Switch, though.
Combining an overhead 'god' mode with some side-on, sword-swinging, platforming goodness, ActRaiser wraps put two distinct styles of gameplay with an incredible score by Yuzo Koshiro (you may have noticed that we're quite partial to his tunes around these parts).
In isolation, the component gameplay parts perhaps don't hold up as well as they might have, but taken as a whole with its brilliant soundtrack, Quintet's game is unmissable and having it on Switch would be a godsend.
An incredibly charming port of a huge experience, SimCity is one of the best value-for-money propositions in the 16-bit console's library, potentially offering months and months of gameplay. Action fans are obviously going to be disappointed by the lack of instant gratification, but if you're after a title that will challenge your grey matter then this is it, and we'd love to catch up with Dr. Wright on Switch.
A 1992 shooter from Konami, this was a very welcome surprise then it showed up on Wii U Virtual Console, but we've long since packed away our Wii Us and it'd be cracking to be able to take Axelay on the bus with us. Konami had an exceptional run during the 8 and 16-bit eras and this isn't the last you'll hear from the developer on this list.
Fire Emblem: Mystery Of The Emblem (SNES)
Okay, now we're getting a little ambitious. Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem came out on the Super Famicom in 1994 and never left Japan, even when it was remade for Nintendo DS. The third game in the series, Fire Emblem didn't really catch on in the west until much later, but the success of Fire Emblem: Three Houses on Switch reconfirmed the franchise's popularity here following its revitalisation with Fire Emblem: Awakening on 3DS.
This one is already available for Japanese Switch Online subscribers (or anyone with a Japanese Nintendo Account on their Switch), but we would absolutely jump at the chance to play this or its follow-up, Fire Emblem: Geneology of the Holy War, with a new localisation. It's a lot to ask, yes, especially as Famicom original Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light got a limited time standalone release in the West recently (officially localised for the first time), but if you don't ask you don't get, and Nintendo want to add value to the service; previously unreleased games would be a great incentive to stay signed up.
U.N. Squadron (SNES)
The opening level of U.N. Squadron may be a little too tough but the difficulty curve is otherwise well-judged in what is a challenging game. The occasional instances of slowdown are unfortunate but there's not much else to fault with this excellent shooter. With some great music, varied levels, exciting action and interesting bosses, U.N. Squadron is a game that's enjoyable to play through again and again — a perfect potential addition to the Nintendo Switch Online SNES library.
Parodius: Non-Sense Fantasy (SNES)
If U.N. Squadron is a little too serious for your taste, then this is the game for you. Parodius shares some DNA with the Gradius series, but is a lot easier to master due to a much gentler difficulty curve. If you're looking for a SNES classic beyond the more obvious Marios and Zeldas, you owe it to yourself to track down the cart and take yourself on a non-sense fantasy trip.
Or, you know, Nintendo and Konami could get all pally and save you the trouble.
There are some things about the controls that irritate and visually Shadowrun lacks polish but for the most part the game is challenging fun, with atmospheric music, interesting characters and a gripping narrative that makes each play through an absolute joy. Perhaps the only disappointing thing is that the ending mentions ‘Shadowrun II’ and whilst games based on the license appeared on the Mega Drive, Mega CD and Xbox 360, sadly none were the much-deserved sequel to this. A prime candidate to rediscover on Switch.
NBA Jam (SNES)
With fast-paced, addictive gameplay, a catchy musical score and graphics that are still easy on the eyes today, NBA Jam has certainly aged well and stands as the definitive basketball game of its generation. Although there were many sequels that tweaked the formula with extra bells and whistles, none exceeded the original in core gameplay quality and arcade-style b-ball thrills.
Chrono Trigger (SNES)
Chrono Trigger is, and will always be, one of the most unforgettable RPG experiences ever to grace a video game console. Even the first time you play it, you'll immediately know that you're experiencing something special. It brought so many new ideas to the table that give it its unique look and feel, and on a remarkable system noted for its extensive catalogue of RPGs, Chrono Trigger is at the very top of the SNES pile.
Hong Kong 97. Please.
You completely neglected to mention FF 4-6
They should seriously add Base Wars. Still my fav baseball game ever.
Unfortunately none of these will probably happen either due to licensing issues or the companies wanting to sell the games themselves for nostalgia bucks
Would love to get a port of the original NBA Jam, just give us the Saturn version
UN squadron is a classic better than the arcade parodius is completely bonkers but it’s still worth a play the SNES had so many classics
I think we need to badger Konami for more collections! I would love to play Shadowrun again (though I don't think it's aged particularly well) but Microsoft have the rights these days,don't they? (Loved the 360 fps Shadowrun. They can bring that back while they are at it!)
@The_New_Butler the voice on the intro for ISS deluxe is amazing it’s all I can hear in my head 😂
Here's a list of Gameboy games they should release;
All of them
also for NES the TMNT Arcade Game would be awesome too, need more beat-em-ups on NES/SNES Online really
Aka. anything but the shaite that we've gotten so far.
20 reasons why the SNES Classic Mini is 100x times better than NSO.
"we've long since packed away our Wii Us"
Not in my house. The Gamepad sits, charging, next to the docked Switch. I had a round of Super Mario Advance 4 just 2 days ago.
So someone help me. Is the problem that they can't add these games due to licensing, or that they won't add these games due to licensing?
@jamesthemagi I mentioned FF in the Terranigma entry!
Weird that Legend of the Mystical Ninja hasn’t yet come out for NSO. That has remained to be the last game from the list of datamined titles when searching through the files of NESNSO
@The_New_Butler yeah 😂 what a game tho better than FIFA
This is a great list. There's several here I'd like to see on the app. Throw in Final Fantasy IV, V, and VI, Pocky & Rocky, Mortal Kombat II, Killer Instinct, and Tecmo Super Bowl, and that would complete my impossible, never-going-to-happen SNES app game list.
As much as I’d adore UN Squadron, you got Both Capcom and the license holders of the Area 88 franchise to contend with for that one.
Dragon Ball Z Super Butouden 2 on SNES was pretty fun, pretty much a proper fighting game.
You are missing the best SNES RPG in your list: Lufia II. Rise of the Sinistrals.
That game should get more praise, because it deserves every praise one can give it.
I love Star Wars, but the Super Star Wars games are not that great (granted, I only owned the second game on the SNES).
I think now I have all three of them on the Wii VC (which should be on my Wii U).
Ha, I remember that game! I mean, as a baseball fan I enjoyed a lot of baseball games growing up, but that one was hilarious. Who needs to challenge close plays when your robots can just beat the crap out of each other to decide if they're safe or out.
I imagine trying to get nba jam, as well star wars, Shadowrun and TMNT games, on the service would be an absolute nightmare with all the licensing involved
A bunch of these will likely not happen because the companies that own these games probably want to profit off of them in different ways, such as Square releasing their games seperately or in a collection package like the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters. That'll probably hit Switch at some point so putting these games out on Super Nintendo Online service wouldn't make sense on that front.
That's probably why, aside from Nintendo's own games and a handful of good 3rd party titles, you mostly see games that nobody asked for on the service, and that's also partially why the system is a little bit flawed in my opinion.
Oh lordy yes SHADOWRUN! Just for the nostalgia alone...what a moody game that was! Cyberpunk 2077 eat your heart out!
@nessisonett Oh man, that got me, thanks for that I needed it!
HONG KONG NINJA APPROVED
The sound of the music they managed to get out of Axelay was and still is, stunning work. Great game and even greater soundtrack.
"Dotemu is bringing back the heroes in a hard shell"
Oops, that should read "half shell" 🙂
"having [Actraiser] on Switch would be a godsend."
That was a good pun, and thank you for not ruining it by saying "pun intended" 👍
Anyway, this list got depressing fast as I doubt we'll see 90% of these on NSO 😕
Super Mario RPG, Earthbound, and Chrono Trigger is what bothers me, I mean...yeah I can just play these on my SNES Classic (yes, including Chrono Trigger, shut up, lol). But...wtf Nintendo? lol
Just put all the games from the Wii VC and NES/Super NES Mini Classic over to NSO. C'mon Nintendo don't tell me you lose those roms already. Also instead of just NES and Super NES games for NSO, give us other games from other systems like the Turbo Grafx-16/PC Engine, Sega Master Systems, Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, Arcade, Sega CD, 32X, MSX, MS-DOS, Commodore 64, Game Boy, GBC, GBA, Nintendo DS, Atari 2600, Atari Jaguar, Atari Lynx, N64, and Sega Dreamcast.
@Specter_of-the_OLED We are a ways out from a Ready Player One future where any game is accessible at anytime (especially stuff from the 80s).
I think I would have choice paralysis! 😝
Some classic games there, but I can see a few of them being bogged down with licensing issues.
Gradius 3, Parodius, or Killer instinct,
This would be dope
Let's not make the bar too high, just bring the games that are first party that are missing from the service. Super Mario RPG, Earthbound, Mario Paint (USB Mouse Support), Mario & Wario, and anything else I am forgetting that Nintendo owns. But even Nintendo cannot help themselves in neglecting the service in order to see titles at a premium price.
Most of these games are not owned by Nintendo, so it's not even up to them to release them. Going even further, NBA Jam and Turtles in Time would be sweet, but I imagine both are licencing hell.
Such an awesome list! Now Nintendo just need to put them all on the service! Please!
If you are wondering what Sim City is, you make your own city I think.
Spiderman & Venom: Maximum Carnage, and the sequels to Final Fight should be added. Though in the case of the Final Fight games, maybe a Capcom Beat em' Up 2 Collection?
Zool (if Redimensioned is PC-exclusive)? The Chaos Engine? Metal Warriors?
@nessisonett You win the comments. I'd love to torture my wife with the Hong Kong '97 soundtrack.
Unrealistic "no way in hell" expectations
Chrono Trigger, TMNT IV, Super Star Wars Trilogy, Earthbound, Uniracers, Aladdin, Killer Instinct, Adventures of Batman and Robin, Batman Returns, Mario Paint, NBA Jam, Sim City, Final Fight 1-3, Cool Spot, Death and Return of Superman, Hook, Marvel War of the Gems, Maxmum Carnage, X-Men Apocalypse, Tiny Toons Buster Busts Loose, Earthworm Jim 1+2
Realistic Expectations (that we still won't get)
Super Adventure Island 1+2, Actraiser, Soul Blazer, Illusion of Gaia, Terranigma, Fire Emblem (translated), Legend of the Mystical Ninja, Dracula X, Lufia II, Cybernator, Axeley, Plok, Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, Ys 3, Gradius III, Saturday Night Slam Masters, Secret of Evermore, Ogre Battle, Skyblazer, Sonic Blast Man, Sparkster, Super Smash TV
What we will ACTUALLY get
Pit Fighter, Adventures of Dr Franken, Bob, Ballz 3D, Lester the Unlikely, Congos Caper, Pokey and Rockey, Aero the Acrobat, Boogerman, Bubsy 1+2, Chuck Rock, Actiraiser 2, Doom Troopers, Fighetrs History, Mega Man Soccer, Mohawk and Headphone Jack, Out to Lunch, Pac Man 2, Phalanx, Power Moves, Radical Rex, Rise of the Robots, Tecmo Secret of the Stars, Thunder Spirits, Total Carnage, Spike McFang, Fire Emblem (Untranslated), Super Ninja Brothers
how many people actually play this token pat on the head service
@Anguspuss literally none I’m guessing
That’s a good list, I think it covers everything I’d still want to see on the Switch, especially Axelay and Actraiser.
I adored Unirally and have been hoping for that to come for ages. Had no idea about the Pixar issue.
I remember Pocky & Rocky being a decent rental.
Glad to see TMNT in time in there otherwise I may have had to have typed a strongly worded email to management! joking aside, Madden 93, 1st Fifa game, SW Empire Strikes Back and ROTJ and finally Desert Strike!! Come on Nintendo, pull your finger out!! oh and if you could bung in Captain Skyhawk and Faxandu for the NES then I'm happy to renew my subscription this year!
It's a simple comment of "yes please to all" from me.
I would love for all the mentioned games to make an appearance on Switch online, playing Simcity in handheld mode would be crazy!
Any NBA jam would be good for me on switch. Lame it doesn't have it but my phone does....
I'm confused. You do not consider Shadowrun Returns, which features the SNES Shadowrun's protagonist as a deuteragonist, a sequel to it?
I like this list, but it needs Harvest Moon.
Vegas Stakes is one of my favourite games of all time and I’d LOVE to be able to play it on my Switch.
I’m still in the camp that Nintendo is going to release some sort of compilation of Earthbound games in some other form, hence why there’s not been a release on NSO yet. We have basically all the evergreens (Zelda, mario, Metroid, donkey Kong…) at this point EXCEPT that one so to me that’s a bit suspicious.
and its exactly why theyre classics that we're not gonna get it, unless they wanna sell it separately at a higher price
My bad, I meant you didn't list it.
A lot of these would never happen in NSO because of licensing.
There are more chances of any FF getting on NSO than a those games.
The "consolation" is that SE will probably release the Pixel Remasters on consoles.
I hope they fix the font situation before they port it though.
I want Ninja Cat for NES Online!
1. Third-party games are the ones that decide to release those games on their service. Not Nintendo. They have already said that years ago, but I guess having selective amnesia is fun or something.
2..Most of them are licensed games that have been pretty much lost in trademark issues (NBA Jam). Not to mention that those companies (like Acclaim) DOESN'T EXIST ANYMORE.
3. I really doubt that games like Street Fighter Alpha 2 for SNES will be released when the much better one in the SF Collection is available to buy. Again, that's a Capcom thing, not Nintendo's.
4. I love TMNT but again, LICENSE ISSUES. Why Konami (again, that's up to them) would spent lots of money for a game that willl gave them little in return?
It's not so much I am defending Nintendo (I mean, I do but is not because of fanboyism), but I am tired and fed up with these whining and crying of things that are not that easy to get by. You all act like spoiled children. It's annoying.
I want Super Adventure Island
Personally I bought an original SNES after the poor offering of NSO and delighted with playing this instead
Don't we already have UN Squadron's arcade sequel, Carrier Air Wing, on Capcom Arcade Stadium?
Though I think the SNES port of the original is still considered the best.
These are some great selections, now I shall go buy some of them on Wii U as I just bought one this week. Thank you for the suggestions!
I don't care if these games are released on NSO or ported/emulated and sold separately, just make them available.
@HamatoYoshi @Anguspuss I don’t use it a lot, but I replayed Super Metroid within the last year. I’ve also played quite a bit of the Mario Picross. And just this week I started re-playing the All-Stars version of Super Mario Bros 2.
I would like to see the Tetris & Dr Mario combo cart on NSO. It is Puyo Puyo Tetris before Puyo Puyo Tetris.
I really want Theme park!
No love for Test Drive 2?...
Well, Sim City and Bomberman are excellent options ^^
The only licensed games other than Super Mario RPG I can maybe see being added are Mega Man 1 & the first Castlevania, if Nintendo could convince Capcom & Konami that they could be 'demos'/advertisements for their respective collections on Switch. Would love to see if Nintendo could shill a couple bucks to localize the 3 SMT games Japan has on the service that we don't, or at very least the original. Then again, considering what Nintendo did with Fire Emblem...
But we don't even have things they could easily put on there without licensing that they just flat out own, like Pinball, Urban Champion, The Mysterious Murasame Castle, or StarTropics 2. My expectations are just kinda gone at this point though.
Alien 3 and Theme Park!
Surprised they don't have Earthbound or Super Mario RPG on there.
Love it, but I'm not holding my breath.
Axelay, Actraiser, Top Gear, Firepower 2000
If NBA Jam was ever to come over, it would have to be with no NBA license, so I don't see that happening.
My top choices are Earthbound, Chrono Trigger, and NBA Jam
I would say TmnT turtles in time. But with the remake coming soon it's a moot point
@CactusMan Ogre Battle would be super dope
I've put in close to 200 hours across the Nintendo and Super Nintendo apps, but that's because I was too young for many of the obvious first-party titles back in the day, including the Zeldas, Marios (except for World, but I replayed that anyway), Kirbys, and Metroids. So yeah, I personally ended up putting the apps to good use, but I'd much rather have a Virtual Console-style deal with a broader selection.
Kirby’s Super Star Stacker should be added to the Japanese NSO. That would give countless (non-emulator) players a chance to try it for the first time!
On a side note, I just found and bought a pristine copy of it at a retro game shop several states over. For $60 (a steal), it even came with the plastic baggie that contained it 20 years ago! I was extraordinarily lucky.
I want to play Wario's Woods on SNES Online because it has VS CPU mode, which I've sunk tons of hours into each time I booted up that game.
And Uni Rally for me
Super Mario RPG is going to be the next game.
Calling it right now. 4:21PM Pacific Standard Time
@Anguspuss I've got over 140 hours on both NES and SNES. I grew up playing games in thr e 90's and love the nostalgia. Also getting to play a bunch of games I missed out on is great!
@StephenYap3 Dang, Wario Woods made me think of the NES Remix games. Put those on NSO! And make SNES Remixes too!
Clock Tower would be wonderful. One of the best horror games on both the SNES and the original PlayStation.
Rockman and Forte (Mega Man and Bass) would be a nice addition since Capcom left it out of both Legacy Collections and Nintendo has shown it’s not afraid to put Japanese games on non-Japanese NSO catalogs.
Now there is a great fantasy line-up! Maybe Cybernator (Assault Suit Leynos) has a shot at making it to NSO? I never played it but loved the original on Genesis.
So many good licensed games are just buried, probably never to return... 😢
Never mind all the cool anime-based games on the SFC in Japan!
This list is spot on but I'm dumbfounded at the absence of FF2 and FF3 and Secret if Mana. Also...the Mortal Kombat trilogy. Also...the Super Castlevanias...
Yoshi's safari anyone?
Ok but actually I want the ENGLISH version of tetris attack I like the yoshis island aesthetic. And I like actually knowing what I'm selecting on the menu.
Instead of asking for two impossible licensed games, why not ask for the Goemon games that never made it to the west?
Seeing as Konami, Capcom, and Square-Enix are clearly not supporting NSO, while the licensed titles are also practically impossible, the large majority of these picks have absolutely no chance of coming to Nintendo Switch Online!
Cheese, Nintendo Life, if you're going to make a list like this, you need to actually make reasonable picks! I suppose you guys think Shrek and Goku are fighting it out for that last Smash Bros. DLC spot, as well.
Super Smash TV.
Everything I want got a mention, especially UN Squadron and Axelay. I'd only add that ISS should be the far superior ISS Deluxe sequel. NBA Jam probably should be the sequel too. Both have their pros and cons.
Clearly the only way we'll get these is by the publishers themselves. That has been the pattern, so hopefully Konami releases another classics collection.
I saw Axelay in the thumbnail, immediate like from me!
It's the first shmup I've ever played, so I might be biased, but it's still the best horizontal one imo (to be fair, there aren't a lot of horizontal shmup and even fewer that I've actually played so XD).
The vertical, more bullet-hell oriented, ones never seem able to keep my interest for long.
Hoping Axelay will come eventually, either through NSO or some kind of compilation/re-release/whatever. Would love a portable version of it.
I fail to see Nintendo's part of bringing these games to switch.
95% of these titles are neither developed nor published by Nintendo.
Super Mario RPG, SimCity, Fire Emblem & Earthbound are about the only ones I can see ever seeing added, and I hope they do.
Plok! That's it, that's the reply.
So yes, YES. YES!! To to all of these games coming to Nintendo Switch online. I'd be really surprised if any of them make it as I doubt Nintendo is willing to pay any of the licence holders the kind of money they'd want to put these games on a "free" service.
A lot of these games still have value for their respective publishers, so, this is more like a fantasy list. I'd wish to see a remake of Chrono Trigger, and a collection of the three Star Wars games on the Super Nes, I'd pay for those.
I had no idea there was a Shadowrun game on the SNES. Not my favourite setting or RPG but it's certainly an unusual one.
Weird that Earthbound is not out yet considering it's first party.
@Gs69 I agree that game should be om here, sadly though it’s a listens every game being based on the area 88 manga.
@Nephestinus Oh god here we go with this, a lot of the games we have gotten are overlooked gems, but hey people like you only want well known games, and not anything obscure due to your lack of gaming knowledge.
@invictus4000 because games like FFVI will probably be released as a separate release.Secret of Mana and Super Castlevania are on seperare collections that are on switch so hence why they were not mentioned.
I was wanting Parodius Da!, altho, Final Fantasy 4, 5, and 6 could work. And just to complete the puzzle dream, All of Picross NP, as well as O Chan No Oekaki Logic (Another Picross game... see the pattern?). Chrono Trigger and Earthbound, that's a must. Secret of Evermore? Final Fantasy Mystic Quest? Maybe even Radical Dreamers! That's a lot of games, ain't it. Also, a quick edit, we already got Mystery Of The Emblem. ...at least in Japan, but still, you can get SFC Online, but yea, localized Fire Emblem games would be very cool (considering you didn't translate Super Puyo Puyo Tsu and Mario's Super Picross).
@Friendly yes! There’s so much replayability with this one and it’s all around a great game. Best soundtrack on SNES 😍
My picks for 20 nice SNES classics. Half of them defined my youth and I'd replay them, half of them I never played but would love to try:
(I have excluded stuff like EarthBound, Chrono Trigger, ActRaiser, Harvest Moon, Sim City, etc. since I already bought them on Wii U or Wii.)
2. Illusion of Time
6. Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals
8. Lemmings 2: The Tribes
9. E.V.O.: Search for Eden
10. Killer Instinct
11. Tetris & Dr. Mario
13. Secret of Evermore
14. Yoshi's Safari
15. Mario Paint
16. Wrecking Crew '98
18. Mario & Wario
19. Wario's Woods
20. Yoshi's Cookie
21. Excitebike: Mario Battle Stadium
I got Collection of Mana for Switch recently (loved the first two games back in the 90s and will play the third one for the first time now), and there's lots of potential in the SNES if they just translate more JP-only SNES classics (like Hajimari No Mori, Shin Megami Tensei, Tales of Phantasia, and Bahamut Lagoon just to name a few). The SNES Satellaview games seem to be a tiny treasure chest as well with exclusive Zelda and F-Zero content.
@Beaucine im 50 next year and played most top titles 2 or 3 times. now GC games id be stoked about. still great games but played them to death already and agree VC would be better
Hey, I get that. Most of those Nintendo and Super Ninendo titles have been released in about twenty different forms throughout the years. N64 and onwards, meanwhile...
Also, I dropped off the Nintendo train during the Gamecube-to-Wii-U era, so there's a lot I haven't played — and can't play on the Switch right now. Hopefully they expand the NSO service, one day. Maybe I should just get a Wii U — though it's not tremendously available in Argentina, where I live.
Out of all of these, the only ones Nintendo has any real power to make available are what they own. Kind of makes me wonder if some sort of Virtual Console system alongside the subscription service might offer a good balance, mainly for 3rd Party devs who want a bit more guaranteed money (?).
Anyway, Earthbound is an obvious omission, and Earthbound: Beginnings also deserves a shoutout. Someone brought up the possibility of an Earthbound collection, and I've pondered that idea. Bundling Mother 3 with the previous games would be an easy sell for a physical version, and they can of course offer them separately on the eshop.
Super Mario RPG always seems like it's tied up in legal nonsense with Square, but no one knows where it stops and where it starts. Whatever happens, I just hope we can have a chance at playing the game regardless of the legal problems Nintendo and Square are tied up in.
Not SNES, but Nintendo should really bring StarTropics II to the Online service as well. Just to finish up the series and give me false hope that Alex Jones may at least get a spirit in Smash.
The Chaos Engine
Super R-Type & R-Type III
Where do you get your dates from? As NBA Jam was released in 93 and actriser was released in the UK way both 2007 as I have it and the sequel on original pal cart.
@arnoldfranklin And I believe the IP is now owned by EA — which is why the game disappeared from the Virtual Console.
Nah... none of that stuff. Just give us a couple bargain bin titles every few months. Nintendo knows best.
@Themagusx1 Do I know you?
@Nephestinus Nope just calling you out on your simplistic comments
@Themagusx1 Ah, so you're just a troll then, good to know. Have a nice day while I finish playing my known games like Jin Conception, QV, Sceptrobes and Lufia.
@Nephestinus lol I bet you just looked those up on the internet. Mainstream gamers like you don’t know what those games, you just got them from a list. Lol. Oh yeah Lufia is realmobscued, so obscure that it’s second game got a remake, done,,,hahahah
I still read Unirally as "Urinally" even after all these years...
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