In November you can remember how Reggie Fils-Aime said that Nintendo Switch Online will be the place where users of the service will be able to play all their classical content. At that time, Reggie revealed that the company has not even made the full library of NES games available.
During a recent talk with Forbes, the Nintendo America president repeated that the focus is now in the NES era:
"In terms of legacy content, we said that our focus is now on NES content and we will continue to impose it."
Despite this limited focus, Reggie said Nintendo has always been considering how to develop its subscription service. He also reminded users of the service that Nintendo would not just reflect the competition:
"We are always looking for ways to make the subscription offer more meaningful to users, so stay tuned as these plans continue to grow … Nintendo as a company boasts doing things differently, look at what others are doing . We will look for unique elements, elements that other players in space do not think. This will be a key area of focus for us. "
Are you satisfied with the inherited content at the moment of the switch? Do you regularly play the digital NES library? Are you happy to wait for more classic games while Nintendo is experimenting with its new subscription service? Tell us below.