Tetris 99 is the newest installment of this iconic gaming franchise. Tetris has a way of leading the puzzle genre of gaming, from the first VR puzzle game to now the first Battle Royal puzzle game. This installment Tetris puts you up against 98 other players, for a total of 99 players in a room. Tetris 99 is only available to customers of the Nintendo Switch online service, and it’s free. I have been barley able to pull myself away from Tetris long enough to write this up. From the hour I have played I have not waited longer then 30 seconds to get in to a match, and I have not experienced any lag or slow down, I have also never been disconnected or booted out of a game. If you are a fan of puzzle games this is defiantly for you. Also this is a great perk for Nintendo Switch online customers.
There will be shocking Splatoon 2 news coming your way June 9 according to Ryokuta. This source is very reliable, Ryokuta was the source that correctly leaked the existence of Yo-Kai Watch 4 in Japan. According to Ryokuta the week of June 9 there will be majorly shocking Splatoon 2 new. This news will appear in that weeks Shonen Jump will have the news.
What is it
What could this shocking news be, will it have anything to do with the new Nintendo online serves, could it be a new game mode coming to Splatoon 2. there is a lot of speculation that it could be some sort of battle royal mode. I for one would like to see some sort of death match mode were its first team to 50 splats win, maybe even a free for all mode, and it’s every squid for themselves.
Today Nintendo switch online was revealed. After much speculation Nintendo revealed a small glimpse of what there paid online service will bring.
The first major confirmation was the price coming in at $19.99 for a year what a steal of a deal. There was also another price point introduced along side of this one. Nintendo rolled out a family membership coming in at $34.99
NES classic games
Part of this paid service will includes classics NES games with a awesome twist. All of the NES games included in this service will be given online features. Some with co-op others with shared screens. There will also be player vs player action available as well. The best part will be is that you can play with or against your friends from the comfort of your home. The first ten games announced were.
• Donkey Kong™
• Mario Bros.™
• Super Mario Bros.™
• Balloon Fight™
• Ice Climber™
• Dr. Mario™
• The Legend of Zelda™
• Super Mario Bros.™ 3
There will be ten more titles announced at the launch of the service in September. There is one more thing, all of these NES classic games will be playable offline as well.
What are your thoughts of this paid let us know in the comment section below.
Nintendo switch online details emerged late last week when Nintendo had its annual share holders meeting. Lots of details were given about how many Nintendo switches were sold. There were even detailed outlines of how much software was sold. One of the biggest takeaways for myself was, the talk about Nintendo switch online services.
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima said in a Q&A. That more details would come early May. Kimishima also said “Nintendo has ideas on how to make the service appealing when it goes live in September” and that the next announcement will be worth the wait.
What we know
What we know so far about the service is that. It will be around 20-30 dollars a year. There will also be classic Nintendo titles with added features like. Online play and leader boards. If you want to play online you will need this service. Until more is announced we will just have to hold tight and hope for the best.