Nintendo Switch owners can get FIVE iconic games for just £3.50 in amazing deal

NINTENDO Switch Online is adding five iconic games next week that you could play for a bargain price.

Switch console owners can subscribe to Nintendo Switch Online for just £3.49 ($3.99) per month and access all the games it provides.

Nintendo Switch Online is a monthly subscription serviceCredit: Getty – Contributor

There’s also the option to pay £6.99 ($7.99) for three months or £17.99 ($19.99) for 12 months.

Those options do work out cheaper but you’d have to make sure you wanted to commit to the online gaming service for longer.

There’s also a 12 month Family Membership for £31.49 ($34.99).

That gives the account holder the ability to “invite up to seven others to join a family group”.

  • Nintendo Switch Online membership for £3.49 – buy here
The upcoming games include Caveman Ninja and Ninja JaJaMaru-kun

The upcoming games include Caveman Ninja and Ninja JaJaMaru-kunCredit: Alamy

Nintendo has announced that four more SNES games and one NES game will be arriving for the last week of May.

SNES just stands for “Super Nintendo Entertainment System” whereas NES means “Nintendo Entertainment System”.

NES is associated with more classic titles whereas SNES is associated with newer games and generally better graphics.

The SNES games coming to Nintendo Switch Online next week are Caveman Ninja (also known as Joe & Mac), Magical Drop 2, Spanky’s Quest and Super Baseball Simulator 1.000.

The NES game is Ninja JaJaMaru-kun.

All five titles will be expanding the Nintendo Switch Online library on Wednesday May 26.

  • Nintendo Switch Online membership for £3.49 – buy here

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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