The latest NES games for Nintendo Switch Online includes a port of the classic arcade beat ‘em up, Double Dragon 2.
Double Dragon II: The Revenge is the highlight from this month’s of batch of classic NES games for the Nintendo Switch. Originally developed for the arcade in 1988 by Technōs, this sequel improves on the NES port of the first game by adding two-player co-op.
The original version of Double Dragon II is also available part of Hamster’s excellent Arcade Archives series.
June’s other games are the rather drab sports game, Volleyball, and City Connection, a curious, globe-trotting arcade platformer in which you drive a Honda City hatchback.
All three games will be available from June 12, 2019.
NES releases for June 2019
- City Connection
- Double Dragon 2
Read our guide to see the full list of classic NES games currently available.
Nintendo Switch Online Pricing
Nintendo Switch Online memberships run for one, three or 12 months. A family membership plan is also available that allows up to seven family members to play on the same account.
- 1 month – $3.99/£3.49/€7.99
- 3 months – $7.99/£6.99/€7.99
- 12 months – $19.99/£17.99/€19.99
- Annual Family Membership – $34.99/£31.49/€34.99
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