The discovery of an FCC application in which a SNES controller model number & # 39; HAC-042 & # 39; (indicating that he is part of the switch library of peripherals) has almost confirmed that Super Nintendo games are finally on the way to Nintendo Switch online service along with their brothers from NES.
The current offering of games for NSO subscribers includes a variety of NES classics. The service will be launched in September and Nintendo is committed to adding value to its online offering as these annual subscriptions come to an end. We've seen monthly updates to the NES library and recently the welcome addition of a rewind function. SNES games are the next logical step and we're curious to see what Nintendo has in store (and whether we can play in handheld mode with two SNES pads attached to our console).
We'll forgive you, but if this is overdue your hype node will not immediately make you hum. With the SNES Classic Mini, the virtual console for Wii, Wii U and New Nintendo 3DS, as well as the remakes and various collections we've come to know lately, there are hardly any opportunities to play 1
Here are 12 SNES games that we would like to see for Nintendo Switch Online. You'll find some of the usual suspects (Spoilers: Mario and Metroid are in there), but we've picked up a few who did not show up on SNES Mini for one reason or another, what we did Love a chance to play again while we're on the go …
Publisher: Square Enix / Developer:  Quintet
Combine a "god" mode above the head with some side-on, sword -Swinging, Platforming Grade. ActRaiser features two different playing styles with an incredible score of Yuzo Koshiro (you may have noticed that we are pretty good in part to his tunes around these parts). Taken individually, the gameplay components may not be as good as they might have been, but as a whole, Quintet's game is unmistakable with its brilliant soundtrack, and it would be a godsend to have it on switch.
Published by: Nintendo / Developer: Nintendo EAD
Yes, yes, there are different ways to play Super Mario World but for a game with a legitimate claim to the crown "Best Game Ever", that's not a bad thing. Bottom line, this may be our favorite play style in Super Mario Maker 2 and it would be nice to have the original on switch. Super Mario All-Stars would be another winner, although you can already play all these games in their NES form with Nintendo Switch Online. So, do not we double that early, hmm?
Publisher: Nintendo / Developer: Argonaut Software
This game was completed over two decades in the vaults of the Nintendo HQ. Star Fox 2 was canned at the last possible moment, as Nintendo feared that the SNES game would send the wrong message if launched together with the new Nintendo 64 system. Compared to this system, the primitive polygons of SNES just could not keep up, though the game was a notable technical achievement on the hardware. Many of the ideas of Star Fox 2 would be recycled and put into the run of the series, Star Fox 64 but the original game would eventually receive a surprising release on the Super Nintendo Mini Classic console. Currently, this is the only place where the game can be played. However, it would be desirable if more people had access to the game and it would be a nice addition to the Switch online catalog.
Publisher: Nintendo / Developer: Nintendo R & D1
Another breeze that you could not expect to have deleted from the list is, right? The jewel in the crown of the franchise, as we know Metroid Prime 4 is on its way, and until Nintendo Metroid Prime Trilogy puts on the switch, it would be a shame if that Only Metroid Game Switch owners have access to the original NES game. This is a classic, but for Super Metroid and switch owners, it can not be a candle to brush up on their lore. Can not you crawl again with Metroid? Axelay (SNES) “/>
Publisher: Konami / Developer: Konami
A 1992 shooter from Konami, that was a very welcome surprise at the time Wii U Virtual Console on, but we've stashed our Wii Us long ago and it would be a blast to take Axelay into the bus. Konami had an extraordinary run during the 8- and 16-bit epochs and this is not the last one you'll hear from the developer on this list.
Published by: Nintendo Developer:  Nintendo EAD
Yes, Captain Obvious strikes again, but the art style of this game is an evergreen treat and we imagine it would sparkle on the screen of Switch. Before this game appeared in Super NES Classic Edition, the SNES version of this game was not available on any official channel outside the original cartridge, only the Game Boy Advance port was displayed in the virtual console. Nothing against this version – it's a good port given the limitations of the system – but Yoshi's Island deserves to be played on the biggest screen and we would welcome it on Switch Online.
Publisher: Nintendo / Developer:  Nintendo EAD
Well, we made Mario and Metroid, so let's see the last part of the Triforce of the Bleedin & # 39; Obvious get out of the way. The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is coming, but no one in his right mind would reject a link to the past on Switch . It's a groundbreaking game that makes a serial artwork so strong that it lasts over 25 years. You may think that Breath of the Wild wiped and restarted the slate, but the truth is that the fingerprints of this game are in every last stone of the open-world epic of Switch (and Wii U) to find!), and it's only fitting that players should be able to enjoy it on our favorite handheld hybrid. We need to stop calling it that way when Switch Lite drops.
Published by Konami / Developer: Konami
What is a 16-bit console without a classic arcade-style side-scrolling? This came to grips with the Zeitgeist in the early '90s, but came from Konami when the company apparently had trouble producing a bad video game (19459003) (19659075), which was equivalent to the popularity of Turtles in Time (19459012) with an impressive game to boot. This is an expensive car to find today, and despite difficult licensing issues, it would be a pleasure to see it run on a Nintendo console again.
Classic Bomberman action on Switch with up to four players (or five, if you chose Super Bomberman 3 instead)? That sounds like the ticket of course! […] Of course, we already have Super Bomberman R the Konami pretty well since the start but there is nothing better than the classic simplicity of 16-bit versions, luckily we do not need super multitap this time and it would be great to have a game in the SNES online lineup where we have more than two players Super Bomberman is a riot and would be a worthy one Supplement the Switch Online service.