Retro fans have a lot to be thankful for with the Nintendo Switch Online service, which provides gamers with easy access to many classic titles from the NES library. The classic library is getting a little bigger now thanks to two new titles which are to be added to the line-up this coming August 21st. The two games in question, Kung-Fu Heroes and Vice: Project Doom are two of the lesser-known titles from the NES’s library of around 700 officially-licensed games, so getting another chance to check them out if you missed them the first time around will be a big bonus for any hardcore NES fans out there.Kung-Fu Heroes Kung-Fu Heroes tells the story of a land besieged with enemy warriors who have captured the princess Min-Min and left the land in despair. The two heroes, Jacky and Lee, must battle their way through hordes of enemies to recover the 10 sacred treasures and eventually save the princess. The gameplay mainly consists of the player battling their way through different rooms filled with enemies, until enough of them are defeated and the door to the next stage opens. Once you’ve made your way through all 32 stages you save the princess and restore… Read full this story
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