Nintendo has launched an expansion pack to its Switch Online service that gives access to N64 and Genesis games like "Mario Kart 64" and "Sonic the Hedgehog 2."
September's Nintendo Direct presentation was filled with major announcements and trailer reveals. From "Splatoon 3" to a "Final Fantasy" kart racer, here are the highlights.
Gamers will now have an easier time sending screenshots and video capture to smartphones and computers.
You won't be able to transfer save data from one Switch to another in "Animal Crossing: New Horizons," and that's a pretty big problem.
There are 20 SNES games at launch.
There are currently more than 8 million subscribers of Nintendo Switch Online.
The original "Legend of Zelda" game in Nintendo Switch Online also has access to new special save data to give players items at the start of the adventure.
The official Nintendo site revealed Gold Points can be redeemed to pay for the Switch Online service membership.
The official Nintendo support page states that the company can't guarantee cloud save files will be retained after a certain time after membership expires.
Here's everything we currently know about the Nintendo Switch online service, coming to gamers in the second half of September.