Nintendo Switch Online Update Surprises With Kirby’s Adventure SP And Zelda II: The Adventures Of Link SP

Kirby's Adventure SP Nintendo Switch Online Screenshot

Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online has been updated with two new games this month in Kid Icarus and StarTropics. But, as with past months, Nintendo has thrown in two extra surprises.

That has seen them add Kirby’s Adventure SP and Zelda II: The Adventures of Link SP, providing save files that will unlock Extra Game and Sound Test straight away as well as maxing Link’s Attack, Magic, and Life out at eight.

Kirby’s Adventure SP
Sound test! One, two, one, two… In this special version of Kirby’s Adventure, you can start playing through the difficult Extra Game right away. This mode is usually available only after beating the game once.

Aside from that, the Sound Test is available right away too! You can press the B Button to stop a song from playing, but the Kirby soundtrack always has a way of getting stuck in your head, doesn’t it?

Zelda II: The Adventure of Link SP
It’s a secret to everybody. Start this version of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link with your Attack, Magic, and Life all maxed out at level eight! You won’t start with any items, but you’ll be able to use all that magic to plow through your enemies with a souped-up Link.

Clear the six palaces to take on the Great Palace and win back the Triforce of Courage. Quiz time! Do you know which town names in this game appear as key characters in a different game within the Legend of Zelda series?

The pricing plans for Nintendo Switch Online are £3.49 ($3.99) per month, £6.99 ($7.99) for three months or £17.99 ($19.99) for 12 months.

There is a 12 month Family Membership for £31.49 ($34.99) that allows a Nintendo Account holder to “invite up to seven others to join a family group” that will all have access to Nintendo Switch Online.

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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