'Super Mario Bros. 3' Will Launch as Part of Nintendo Switch Online

Relive a classic on-the-go.

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Nintendo has shown an image of Super Mario Bros 3. for the Switch, advertising that the 1988 classic will be among the 20 free NES games for the company’s upcoming online service. Expected to arrive in September, the offer will include The Legend of Zelda, Donkey Kong, and Ice Climbers, with 10 more games to be announced.

Each game will come with some sort of online component for the first time, which may result in multiplayer or leaderboards. A one-month subscription will cost $3.99 USD, $19.99 USD per year and $34.99 USD for a family group plan that allows seven accounts to play and utilize online components.

In related news, Nintendo is actively working on eliminating emulator sites that offer classic Nintendo games.

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