Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch Version Announced

Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch Version Announced

Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch Version Announced

Nintendo's online service, opening from 19 Sept, will cost £3.49 / $3.99 for one month or £17.99 / $19.99 for 12 months.

Hurricane Florence's winds and rain begin lashing Carolinas
Hurricane-force winds extended 80 miles from its centre, and tropical storm force winds up to 195 miles. Florence is rated a Category 4 on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale.

There were a number of notable announcements as part of the most recent Nintendo Direct broadcast, including a slew of Final Fantasy titles making their way to the Switch in addition to new installments in the Luigi's Mansion and Animal Crossing series. Sony locks its cloud saves behind the PS+ membership but they are kept for around 6 months or so. We don't know anything about it yet, but Nintendo says it'll be here next year.

Hurricane hits Carolinas, governor warns 'it's going to get worse'
Emergency declarations were in force in Georgia, South and North Carolina , Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. The father sustained injuries and was transported to New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington for medical care.

Nintendo Switch Online can by played for up to seven days without an internet connection. To get access to this online library you must pay to subscribe to the Nintendo Switch Online service which allows access to old NES games as a perk. That usually shouldn't be a problem, but if you decide to take your Switch to the cabin or some other remote location, you could find yourself unable to play the NES games you're paying a monthly fee for.

Tracking Hurricane Florence as storm lands in North Carolina
At least nine nuclear facilities also lie in the storm's path, including Duke Energy's Brunswick nuclear plant in North Carolina. While the storm has weakened from a wind speed standpoint, the wind field has grown by almost 200 miles, according to Mulcahy.

When asked for comment by Kotaku UK, Nintendo replied: "Nintendo does not comment on rumour and speculation", but, even in the absence of official word, it seems pretty obvious that the company has prepared to eventually release SNES controllers for Switch (which also means SNES games). One thing that has been spotted with regards to cloud saves is that once your subscription expires, or you cancel, you will lose you cloud saves and they will be erased. That doesn't appear to be the case with the Switch unless Nintendo clarifies further in the future. How Nintendo plans to actually enforce these restrictions, I'm not sure. No matter the time frame, it seems highly likely you'll soon be able to buy an official SNES pad for your Switch.

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