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MIDNIGHT REBELS - GAME BOY

NINTENDO SWITCH COULD SOON GET GAME BOY GAMES

Subscribers to the Nintendo Switch Online service may soon be able to access Game Boy titles in addition to the NES and SNES titles that are already available.

New games are fantastic, but people are increasingly interested in finding new ways to access and play old games as well. Whether it’s through remastering, re-releasing, or simply adding them to online services, it’s a good thing. Nintendo has been gradually transitioning to the latter approach with its NES and SNES libraries over the years. If you have an active NSO subscription, you can currently choose from more than 100 games that are available on both platforms.

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That collection is only continuing to grow, and it appears that games from a new console will be added very soon as a result. According to reports, Nintendo intends to begin adding titles from the Game Boy and Game Boy Color systems. In accordance with Nintendo Life-connected sources who claim that the new collection will be added to the NSO’s library in the near future, this is the case.

Following the launch of Nintendo’s NSO library in 2018, a datamine revealed four emulators, each with a unique code name, which were then made public. Kachikachi, Canoe, Hiyoko, and Count are some of the characters in this story. Kachikachi and Canoe were the code names used for the classic versions of the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super Nintendo Entertainment System, respectively, and were thus reused for the addition of their respective collections to the Nintendo Switch. After that, there are only two emulators left to be used, and it appears that one of them was set aside for use with the Game Boy and Game Boy Color systems.

If Nintendo follows the same path as it did with the NES and SNES, the Game Boy will launch on the NSO with a total of 20 games. The collection will then be expanded over time as new items are acquired. New titles are added to the NES and SNES libraries on a regular basis, usually once a month. More than a month has passed since the last game announcement, perhaps as a result of Nintendo’s preparations for the announcement and inclusion of its first Game Boy and Game Boy Color games.

If the Game Boy rumors are correct, then there is only one emulator left to be had. There are a few options from which to choose. The Nintendo 64, GameCube, or even the Wii are all possibilities. Due to the fact that Mario games from all three of those consoles are being remastered and packaged together for a massive profit, the Game Boy Advance is the most likely final addition to the NSO family. Because the Game Boy hasn’t even been officially released yet, the Game Boy Advance’s potential release is still a long way off.

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