You may remember that last month only 22 SNES games were found in the Nintendo Switch Online app – Nintendo Entertainment System. Since then, and especially with Nintendo's public commitment to "boost the attractiveness" of the Switch Online service, we have been convinced that SNES games will reach the console in the near future.
In an interesting course of events However, the update of the NES application today has removed all references to already discovered SNES titles. The Twitter user @itssimontime who claims to have data games has noticed the change today, with his tweet being shared by the previous scammer and data miner @KapuccinoHeck . – Simon (@itssimontime) February 13, 2019
Games originally spotted in the app's code include Super Mario Kart Legend of Zelda: 19659006] The Super Floyd and Super Metroid all of which would have literally literally ] "immediately increased the attractiveness of the service." Of course, the reality here is that it still does not mean so much; we should not have known about the games hidden in the application code first, and Nintendo has not yet confirmed whether the SNES games will arrive at all.
Still, the original evidence (and further digging) still trusts us that the SNES version of the NES application will soon appear. Maybe we will learn more in today's Nintendo Direct?
What do you think? Are SNES games on the road? Will they arrive earlier than we think? Share your thoughts below in the comments.