Last Updated on February 11, 2021
More evidence that the Nintendo Switch is the best option for retro gaming this week, with the announcement of four classic Nintendo titles heading to Switch Online. SNES titles Psycho Dream, Doomsday Warrior (both 1992), Prehistorik Man (1995) and NES game Fire & Ice (aka Soloman’s Key 2 from 1992) will arrive on 17th February for Nintendo Switch Online members.
3 SNES Games for Nintendo Switch
Psycho Dream, Doomsday Warrior, Prehistorik Man are the three classic Super NES games scheduled for release.
Psycho Dream – When Sayaka doesn’t return to reality after entering an immersive virtual world known as a D-Movie, the protagonists, Ryo and Maria, must progress through a terrifying fantasy game called Legend of the Fallen Capital to rescue her and bring her back to reality.
DOOMSDAY WARRIOR – It’s the Doomsday Warrior versus the Doom Squad! This action game features an evil sorcerer who has recruited seven warriors to take over Earth. But one of the Doom Squad has resisted the influence and now stands against the rest as the Doomsday Warrior!
Prehistorik Man – Sam the caveman’s quest to save his village begins! Sam lives in a village whose food is stolen by dinosaurs. To get more, Sam must collect bones, which he can then use to buy food. On his way, he’ll need to make use of a variety of weapons, vehicles and attacks, including shouting, to attack all on-screen foes. Can Sam reach the dinosaur graveyard and collect enough bones?
New NES Release on the Switch
Meanwhile, classic NES puzzler Fire ‘n’ Ice – known as Soloman’s Key 2 outside of North America – will also be playable on Switch.
Fire ’n Ice – As Dana, you have been chosen by the Queen of the Winter Fairies to bear the power of ice magic. With it, you must defend your home, Coolmint Island, from the wicked wizard Druidle and his flames!
These games join an already impressive list of 99 classic NES and SNES games that can be played on the Nintendo Switch.
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