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Nintendo Switch Updated With Two Games & Wii U Virtual Console

By Vishesh Singh
on Apr 24, 2017 05:21 AM EDT
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Nintendo Releases New 'Switch' Game Console
NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 3: The new Nintendo Switch game console is displayed at a pop-up Nintendo venue in Madison Square Park, March 3, 2017 in New York City. The Nintendo Switch console goes on sale today and retails for 300 dollars. (Photo : Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Two updates have been done in the Nintendo Switch this week to enhance the gaming experience. The interesting one being the addition of two new games and these two are 'Wonder Boy The Dragon's Trap' and 'Fatal Fury'. The other update is concerned with Wii U games lboost, about which more information is still awaited.

Nintendo Switch is getting more interesting. Wonder Boy The Dragon's Trap is the refurbished version of the remake of Wonder Boy 3. The game was released originally in 1989 on the SEGA Master System. The new avatar of the game comprises of all-new hand-drawn visuals with a lot of improvements. The official description of the game describes it as the peculiar mixture of exploration, action, and adventure with re-organized soundtrack. The game follows the journey of a cursed half-human and half-lizard in search of a cure, which is in the form of a magical item called as Salamander Cross. It means Nintendo Switch is getting more interesting.

While Fatal Fury dates back to 1991, when it was launched by SNK, reports Express. The game allows players to fight in open streets with an intention to remove the influence of infamous crime lord Geese Howard. The features of the game were distinctive in comparison to the fighting games of the nineties'.  Reports also suggest that Nintendo Switch might also get more games soon.

Both the games are available on Nintendo eShop from April 20, 2017 with Wonder Boy The Dragon's Trap priced at £17.99 and Fatal Fury costing for £6.29.

Meanwhile, the launch of several Virtual Console titles in this week paved the way for Wii U games lboost. The release of a Virtual Console to support the Nintendo Switch games list will surely be a dream come true moment for the owners, but till now the only confirmed news is that it a new Virtual Console will be launched, including GameCube games. Stay tuned for more Nintendo Switch updates.

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