Review Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition (Preview)

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What parents need to know

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition is a game that allows you to compete in multiple challenges based on clips from NES (Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo’s first home console).

Start Metroid and get the Morph Ball as fast as possible?

Catching the first mushroom in Super Mario Bros 3?

Reaching the top of a mountain in Super Mario Bros 2?

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition features over 150 time trial challenges from 13 classic NES titles such as the 4 Super Mario Bros, 2 The Legend of Zelda, Kirby’s Adventure, Balloon Fight, Donkey Kong, Metroid, Ice Climbers, Excite Bike and Kid Icarus.

You can either try to beat your high score or compete against the world. Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition offers a plethora of game modes to vary the pleasures.

You will also be able to play with up to 8 players in local multiplayer mode on a single console.


Note that the 13 NES games used in this game are not included in their full version, they are only limited time clips and pretext to compete.


Release date: 18 July 2024
Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo
Available on: Nintendo Switch
Available format: Physical and digital
Version tested: Nintendo Switch

Game genre: Mini-game compilation
Themes covered: Competition, nostalgia
Duration of a game: 5 minutes
Duration of the main game/story: Infinite
Text languages: German, English, Simplified chinese, Traditional chinese, Korean, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese,
Voice languages: No voice

Number of online players: 1

Level of experience required

Age 3+ 7+ 12+ 16+ 18+

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