The cheap and cheerful Nintendo Switch Online service is nowhere near as comprehensive as its PlayStation and Xbox rivals, but one thing it does have going for it is a growing library of SNES and NES retro games for subscribers to pick up and play any time.
And now it seems that a couple of older handhelds are soon going to have their games added to the mix, according to Nintendo Life: the GameBoy and GameBoy Color.
The site cites two different sources for the claim.
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