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Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition

Nintendo World Championships NES Edition review

System: Switch
Release date: July 18, 2024
Developer: Nintendo / indieszero
Publisher: Nintendo


Nintendo World Championships NES Edition was revealed by surprise a few months back, and now it’s finally available. In a way, this game is a kind of spiritual successor to the NES Remix games on Wii U and 3DS – they’re all made by the same developer, in fact. This time around, though, the game focuses on taking a more competitive approach to the genre. In doing so, it makes itself accessible to both casual and hardcore gamers, as well as introducing a bunch of classic NES games to a brand-new audience. Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition was made with a wide audience in mind, so there’s something here for everyone.

Nintendo World Championships NES Edition trailer

We’ve got one last trailer for Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition. The game is out today worldwide, and the video shows off everything it has to offer.

Learn more about it in the following overview:

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition update 1.1.0

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition is already available depending on your region, and with it, a day one version 1.1.0 update is also live.

You’ll want to grab this one as the patch adds Survival Mode. On top of that, several bug fixes are included as well.

Find the full rundown on the update below.

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition trucker hat My Nintendo

With Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition about to launch on Switch, a new reward has been added to My Nintendo. A trucker hat is now available as part of the lineup.

The five-panel cap features a full-color logo patch and an adjustable snap closure. It also has the game’s logo on the front.

June 27: A new Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition overview trailer just dropped. As per usual, it’s only available in Japanese currently – but an English version is likely coming later. Still, more footage from the release is shown here.

We have a bit of information about the game in the following overview:

Nintendo World Championships NES Edition developer

Nintendo World Championships NES Edition isn’t out just yet, but the game’s developer has already been revealed.

indieszero worked with Nintendo on the project. Given the company’s history, that may not be overly surprising. indieszero previously handled the NES Remix games for Wii U as well as Ultimate NES Remix for 3DS – titles that are in some ways similar to Nintendo World Championships NES Edition.

Nintendo Treehouse Nintendo World Championships NES Edition

We haven’t seen much from Nintendo Treehouse as of late, but a new video just came in featuring a few members of the team playing Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition.

In the video, different challenges are shown off. Fans can also learn about the different modes, including Speedrun Mode, Survival Mode, and Party Mode. Nintendo Treehouse also goes over different types of challenges included and even divulge a little classified information.

Catch up on everything you need to know in the following overview:

Nintendo World Championships Survival Mode Legend Challenge

We have a new look at Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition with the “Survival Mode & Legend Challenge” trailer. 

In Survival Mode, you’ll be racing against the ghost data of players worldwide. Legend Challenge involves testing your skills, such as completing Super Mario Bros. from World 1-1 to World 8-4 the short way (with Warp Zones).

Here’s some additional information about the game:

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition has now been officially revealed. The game launches for Switch on July 18, 2024.

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition pays tribute to the 1990 tournament held in 1990, 2015, and 2017. The game features a variety of bite-sized bits of classic blockbusters, and there are over 150 speedrun challenges taken from 13 classic NES titles.

Nintendo World Championships NES Edition

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition is coming to Switch, according to a leak from the ESRB.

The classification board just added in a listing for the collection. As noted in the rating description, it includes 2D challenges and platformers with different modes such as speedrun and survival.

The full description is as follows:


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