In November, you may remember how Reggie Fils-Aime had stated that Nintendo Switch Online would be the place where service users could play all their classic content. At the time, Reggie had revealed that the company had not even made available the complete library of NES games.
In a recent conversation with Forbes, the president of Nintendo America reiterated how much focus was now on the NES era:
"In terms of existing content, we have indicated that we are currently focusing on NES content, which is what we will continue to move forward on."
Despite this limited focus, Reggie stated that Nintendo was still considering upgrading its subscription service. He also reminded users of the service that Nintendo would not reflect the competition:
"We are always looking for ways to make the subscription offer more meaningful to consumers so stay tuned as these plans are constantly evolving." Nintendo, as a company, is proud to to do things differently, so do not expect us to reflect what others are doing, we will seek to provide unique elements, elements that other space actors do not consider, this will be a key area. for us. "
Are you satisfied with the existing content on the switch? Do you regularly play the NES digital library? Would you like to wait for more classic games while Nintendo is experimenting with its new online subscription service? Tell us below.