Today, the Nintendo Switch Online service adds Rare’s 1994 Super Nintendo classic, Donkey Kong Country.
Alongside this is the arrival of the SNES title Natsume Championship Wrestling (originally released in the same year), and the 1990 Electronic Arts NES title, The Immortal.
Here’s the official rundown of each game:
Donkey Kong Country – Armed with chest-pounding muscle, mighty barrel rolls and awesome vine-swinging skills, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong set out to face their adversaries, K. Rool and his reptilian crew of Kremlings. Play solo, compete with a friend or play cooperatively in over 100 levels filled with collectibles and hidden bonus levels.
Natsume Championship Wrestling– Choose from 12 outrageous wrestlers and bring the pain! With a robust grappling system and over 50 moves to master, experience the most realistic wrestling action of the 16-bit era. Test your might against the AI, or up to two players can compete in exhibition, tag team and round robin matches.
The Immortal – Grab your Wizard’s Pack and let your quest unfold as you explore the Labyrinth of Eternity. Delve into the dungeon’s depths to uncover the mysteries of the ancient ruins. Your teacher Mordamir awaits below!
If you happen to have access to the Japanese NSO library, today also sees the release of a fourth game – the 1992 Super Famicom RPG Shin Megami Tensei by Atlus. Here’s a description, courtesy of Japanese Nintendo:
“The first title in the Shin Megami Tensei series (although the third in the Megami Tensei series) that originally released on the Super Famicom in 1992. Shin Megami Tensei is a first-person dungeon crawler that features turn-based 3D battles against demons, where players can both recruit demons as allies and fuse demons together to create new ones. By using the character’s three attributes (Law, Chaos, and Neutral), you can change the outcome of the ending of the game.”
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