Metroid Fusion is now available for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack members

Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack members can now play the Metroid Fusion game, which originally released on the Game Boy Advance system in 2002

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closed_account438d ago (Edited 438d ago )

Still overpriced, but I subbed for the first time after the GBA/Gameboy announcement last month.

This was such a great entry in the series, so I'm excited to play again. Glad this hit so soon, bc although strong, the GBA/GB launch lineup was very small.

FallenAngel1984437d ago

So you’re telling me Nintendo has 6 retro systems on this service and they’re STILL drip feeding content?

closed_account437d ago

Lool yep. I would have been happier to purchase them outright at this rate, than this service

PhillyDillyDee437d ago

Playing it right now. Its a crime it took so long to get this to the switch. But nintendo gonna nintendo and we’re all used to their style of “game preservation”. Anyway this game is absolutely amazing. I hope they add zero mission next.

RiseNShine437d ago (Edited 437d ago )

The other day I finished Metroid Zero Mission with Retroarch on my phone, what I mindblowing game, using scaleFX shader that made it look almost like an HD remake and earning retro achievements along the way, together with save states, fast forward and rewind support, and I plan to start Metroid Fusion soon enough, I really don't know any reason to play this on a switch instead.

CobraKai436d ago

I got a GBA for this game. I’ll pass on the Switch version tho. I still got my GBA


Two N64 games added for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack members in April 2024

Extreme G and Iggy’s Reckin’ Balls added to the Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online classic game library.

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OtterX28d ago

What's great about this is that these titles were never previously discussed, they just sort of came out of left field. I loved the Extreme G series back in the day. They were just beneath Wipeout and FZero, but still really good.

purple10128d ago

If I remember the courses were good, but the gameplay just slightly beneath wipeout. Farro had the most speed but simple handling mechanics of double tap to dash slide / barge and boosters on track occasionally with the recharge health sections, but wipes out had full weapons, lock on missiles or rockets
Then with your cancel weapon pick up / trading a shield for a missile if you’re behind someone or trade the missile for the shield if you were in First, compared to extreme g which was more basic. I could be wrong tho. It was an awful long time ago.

On a similar note, I always wished starters pod racer had weapons. It would’ve been one of the best.


Switch Retro Spotlight: Kid Chameleon

“There are many iconic platformers yet Kid Chameleon is rarely discussed so allow me to shine the spotlight on this retro treasure.” - A.J. Maciejewski from Video Chums.

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Nintendo Switch Online April 2024 SNES Lineup Offers Cutesy Chaos

Nintendo has announced the SNES and Super Famicom games gracing the Nintendo Switch Online library this month, and there are some gems to enjoy.

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OtterX39d ago

Strange headline, as I thought the star of the show was Super RType. I almost bought RType Dimensions EX this last month and was just thinking, man I wish we had the SNES one somewhere on Switch. That's where I got my start w the series and I was beyond excited to see it drop this week!