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Five more games added to Nintendo Switch NES and SNES!

On 15th December Nintendo announced five more for the ever-growing NES/SNES on 18th December. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong’s Double Trouble, The Ignition Factor, Super Valis IV, and Tuff E Nuff is being added to the SNES collection, and the NES collection is receiving Nightshade.

Out of these five, the most appreciate one was Donkey Kong 3 (most popular and played from the series). The plot revolves around Dixie Kong and her cousin, Kiddy Kong, in their attempts to rescue the kidnapped Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong from the series’ antagonist King K. Rool.

The Ignition Factor released in 2011 finally comes to SNES. The game features firefighters in realistic situations saving civilians in burning buildings, mining incidents, and industrial accidents. Super Valis IV which is an action-platformer developed and published by Telenet Japan in 1991, finally joins the SNES library. The last game added to the SNES was Tuff E Nuff; a fighting game.

Sadly only one new game was added to the NES which was Nightshade.
Although fans were thrilled that Nintendo finally added more games, many felt as if they were being stingy adding only five games, moreover a number of MARIO RPG fans were immensely disappointed and furious as it didn’t make it to the list.

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