Hackers Crack Nintendo Switch Online To Install Unsupported NES Games

Hackers Crack Nintendo Switch Online To Install Unsupported NES Games

Hackers Crack Nintendo Switch Online To Install Unsupported NES Games

Cloud save backup, which has at least one proviso (if you de-sub you can lose your data).

Nintendo's NES-style Joy-Con controllers for Switch are available for pre-order.

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Nintendo Switch Online can be purchased in three ways - by a one-month subscription for $3.99 Dollars, a three-month subscription for $7.99, and a 12-month subscription for $19.99 USD.

These NES controllers also don't work like regular Joy-Cons. But with a non-primary console, only the user account that bought the game can launch it. The NES controllers can not be used while playing in handheld mode either, so your Switch will need to be in kickstand mode or docked and connected to a TV.

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The NES controllers are sold in pairs of two and cost $60 / £50.

Shortly after the service went live on Tuesday night, a modder who goes by KapuccinoHeck on Twitter discovered that the database file for the NES games lists them all in plaintext, which should make it trivial for anyone with a modicum of skill to add their own games to the system and play them through the app.

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About an hour later, Kapu shared a short video of Kirby's Adventure (which isn't one of official NES titles for the online service) running flawlessly on the Switch.

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