March update brings the biggest difference between the two apps. For the first time, the NES app gets something that the Famicom app wont, StarTropics. The reason for this is the fact that StarTropics never got released in Japan. So instead, Japanese users get a game that was never released outside of their region, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light. And then there’s also the usual extra game that Japan has been getting recently.
Below is the list of games added to the NES app:
(SP) Kirby’s Adventure (Starts with the first file finished with 100%)
(SP) Zelda 2 (Starts at the beginning but all powered up and with all the magic spells)
And here’s the list of games added on the Family Computer – Nintendo Switch Online app.
Yie Ar Kung-Fu
Kid Icarus (Famicom Disk version, features save files)
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
(SP) Kirby’s Adventure (Same changes as the NES app)
(SP) Zelda 2 (Famicom Disk version, same changes as the NES app)
Yie Ar Kung-Fu was never released outside of Japan and is simply ignored in this month’s NES app update.
Just for fun, I decided to record a simulation (and prediction, I guess) of the upcoming Russia World Cup 2018 final match through PES 2018. The default line ups were used except for a few changes in the substitutes. Both teams were left up to be controlled completely by the CPU by activating Coach Mode on both sides and enabling automatic substitutions and formations.
PS. Konami, where is PES for Nintendo Switch??? Why are you letting EA get all the customers? (aka, “Konami, why don’t you like easy money?”)