Nintendo Adds The Legend of Zelda SP to Nintendo Switch Online

The Legend of Zelda SP

Nintendo adds The Legend of Zelda SP for its subscribers of Nintendo Switch Online. The surprising addition comes with a few other games that were added this week. Subscribers of Nintendo Switch Online got access to 4 new NES games; Solomon’s Key, NES Open Tournament Golf, Super Dodge Ball and The Legend of Zelda.

You’ll begin with all equipment, including the White Sword, the Magical Shield, the Blue Ring, and even the Power Bracelet,” reads Nintendo’s description. “But if Ganon’s still giving you a hard time, the power of money will overcome! Just buy yourself some more items and give it another shot! Beating the game once grants you access to a more difficult version of the game called Second Quest.”

The Legend Of Zelda starts players with every item in the game as well as the 255 in game currency. This makes the game very easy and much quicker.

Other than the 255 rupees that you get, items like White Sword, Magic Shield, Blue Ring and Power Bracelet will also be available when you begin the game..

By giving everything right at the start of the game, it is safe to say that Nintendo has drastically changed the experience of the original game. However, beating the game will unlock more difficult version called Second Quest.

Nintendo also plans to add more games this winter Games like Metroid, Mighty Bomb Jack and Twinbee will come this November, while Adventures of Lolo, Ninja Gaiden and Wario’s Woods are coming in December this year.

If you are interested in buying the Nintendo Switch Online service, it will cost you $3.99 per month, $7.99 for three months and $19.99 for 12 months.

There is also a 12 month Family Membership for $34.99 that allows a Nintendo Account holder to invite up to sever others to join a family group that can have access to Nintendo Switch Online.

What do you think of the games that are added by Nintendo? Let us know in the comments below.

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