It's worth noting that Switch Online also lets you play games online, as well as providing cloud backup for save data, not to mention an app that lets you coordinate your Online experience too. 3 and Donkey Kong, have been enhanced with online features and can be played anytime and anywhere. This will cause the game to pause and the player will be able to rewind the game, allowing them to avoid any mistakes they may have recently made. The one feature I did think I'd use - The NES library - I don't.
It's a pretty hefty addition to the service as classic NES games can sometimes be considered too hard, given that older games were intentionally made more hard.
The Rewind features will arrive alongside Donkey Kong 3 and The Wrecking Crew on July 17. Now that we're already partway into July, Nintendo has lifted the curtain on what games they'll be adding this time around.
Wrecking Crew: This is another game where Mario and Luigi were moonlighting, as these plumbers continue to have more jobs than Homer Simpson. This time around, players take control of a bug exterminator named Stanley, as he sprays insects and protects his greenhouse.
The latest titles are Donkey Kong 3 and The Wrecking Crew, which will be accessible from July 17 onwards.
For more information about Nintendo Switch Online, to view membership options and to learn about a free seven-day trial for new users, visit https://www.nintendo.com/switch/online-service/. The noteworthy item revealed involves an intriguing new rewind feature. These are also the only two games Japan is getting this month.