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The Nintendo Switch online service costs $20/year, granting access to classic games and long-awaited new features when it lights up in September (NTDOY)

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The Nintendo Switch online service costs $20/year, granting access to classic games and long-awaited new features when it lights up in September (NTDOY)· *The Nintendo Switch Online service is scheduled to launch in the second half of September. It costs $20/year, and **you'll need it to play most games online. *
· *But you'll also get some great benefits: At launch, Nintendo Switch Online will give access to a library of 20 classic NES games, upgraded with online...
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