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NES Online gets a fourth bonus game

NES Online gets a fourth bonus game

In this souped-up version of The Legend of Zelda, you'll start with a ton of rupees and items! Nintendo surprised its fans today when it added not only those three games to the NES library, but also a bolstered version of one of its current games with The Legend of Zelda-Living the Life of Luxury.

Beating the luxury edition will then grant players access to a more hard version called 'Second Quest, ' which will presumably let them put their newfound skills to the test in a world more akin to the original release.

Solomon's Key - As Dana, a skilled and talented hero, you must strategically maneuver through over 40 stages using mysterious block-creation skills and other magical powers. One of those games was the much beloved The Legend of Zelda from 1987, and this month a special save has been released for the game; one that lets you live "the life of luxury" in Hyrule.

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The original game's classic status is richly deserved, but it's also reflective of its era: providing little initial guidance and expecting players to explore through trial and error.

Fans all across the country have signed up for Nintendo Switch Online to enjoy what the paid service has to offer, including online play in popular multiplayer games; Save Data Cloud backup; a smartphone app for voice chat and other features for supported games; exclusive special offers; and the ability to experience classic NES™ games with added online play. The original "Metroid" comes out in November, along with "Mighty Bomb Jack" and "TwinBee".


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