Nintendo Switch Online will add four new games in February, including Fire ‘N Ice. This is what fans need to know.
Nintendo Switch Online Subscribers will gain access to four additional NES and SNES titles on Wednesday, February 17. Nintendo you’re adding underrated classics to your libraries of classic games: Doomsday Warrior, Fire ‘N Ice, Psycho Dream Y Prehistoric man. These may not be immediately recognized as iconic Nintendo titles, but fans should still be excited about these additions for their fun and diverse gameplay and nostalgic vibes.
Ahead of Nintendo Switch Online’s planned NES and SNES library updates, here’s everything players need to know about the new titles coming to the service.
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Warrior of the Last Judgment
Warrior of the Last Judgment is an action-adventure game in which a member of the Doom Squad has resisted the influence of an evil sorcerer and must now fight him before he takes over Earth. Originally released in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, players must defeat corrupt members of the Doom Squad, as well as three bosses to save the day.
Fire and ice
Fire and ice, also know as Key of Solomon 2, is a prequel to Solomon’s Key which was originally released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992. This puzzle game is framed as a story told by a grandmother to her grandchildren, which works for her fairy tale game.
Players will control Dana, who has been chosen by the Queen of the Winter Fairies to defend Coolmint Island. To do so, Dana must use her new ice magic against the evil Wizard Druidle, whose main source of energy is fire. To save her home, Dana must put out all the fire monsters spread over 100+ levels, gaining skills and structural assistance as she goes.
Prehistoric man is a sequel to Prehistoric 2 Originally released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1995. It is a side-scrolling platformer with a rich story and NPCs that will provide clues to players as they progress through each of its 23 levels.
Players control Sam, a young and agile Stone Age villager whose boss has tasked him with finding food to survive the winter after a group of dinosaurs rob his stores at night. To fulfill his task, Sam must find bones, which he can exchange for food.
Psycho dream is a psychedelic action game originally released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992. After a teenage girl named Sayaka disappears into the immersive world of a D-Movie and has only a few hours to live, two debuggers named Ryō and Maria are dispatched to rescue her before she dies.
Players can choose to control Ryō, a swordsman, or Maria, an angelic warrior. The latter has a whip that can later be turned into metal claws or a pistol; can also summon demons. Since Sayaka is in a time crisis, so is the player: the goal of Psycho dream is to advance through each level as quickly as possible.
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