Nintendo has cute classic NES controllers for your Switch, but there's a catch - CNET

Nintendo Switch Online is scheduled to launch later today, September 18th, shortly after 11PM ET / 8PM PT. Once it arrives, the free online gaming that Switch owners have enjoyed since the console’s launch will come to an end. To enjoy the same games online, you’ll need a subscription to the service. Thankfully, buying into the service doesn’t cost very much, and it will grant you access to more than just online gameplay. You’ll also be able to chat with friends via the Switch Online app, back up your precious game saves to the cloud (though there are a few caveats), and play a growing collection of retro NES games online or with a pal locally. Those games require an active Nintendo Switch Online subscription if you want to keep... Continue reading…

Nintendo Switch Online is officially live: Here's what's included - CNET

Nintendo goes pay-to-play online for the first time. Here's what you'll need to pay and what you'll get once you sign up for the service.

Wed 19 Sep 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

You can now share your Switch game downloads across consoles

Another belated feature finally gets added to Nintendo's online accounts

Wed 19 Sep 18 from Arstechnica

Nintendo Switch Online launches today — here’s how to join

Nintendo Switch Online is scheduled to launch later today, September 18th, shortly after 11PM ET / 8PM PT. Once it arrives, the free online gaming that Switch owners have enjoyed ...

Tue 18 Sep 18 from The Verge

Heads-up: Nintendo Switch online multiplayer costs money starting tomorrow - CNET

It'll cost you $19.99 a year to play games online.

Mon 17 Sep 18 from CNET

Nintendo Switch Online launches Tuesday. Here's what you need to know.

Nintendo formally launches its online service for the Switch console Tuesday. We break down cost, benefits and what changes owners will see Sept. 18.        

Mon 17 Sep 18 from USA today

Nintendo Deletes Switch Cloud Saves if Your Subscription Lapses

Nintendo has clarified that, amazingly, it deletes your Cloud saved games as soon as you stop paying for the service. The post Nintendo Deletes Switch Cloud Saves if Your Subscription Lapses ...

Mon 17 Sep 18 from Extremetech

Nintendo is launching wireless NES controllers for the Switch

When the Nintendo Switch Online service launches on September 18, subscribers will have access to all sorts of online-related perks. Among them will be 20 classic NES games reimagined with online ...

Fri 14 Sep 18 from Techspot

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