ESRB has rated Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition for Switch

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Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition has been rated by the ESRB with an E rating for the Switch. It looks like Nintendo will be bringing back the classic NES game from 1990 when Nintendo had players competing on a cartridge containing many challenges.

This is what the rating description reads:

This is a collection of 2D challenges and platformer games in which players traverse through various modes (e.g., speedrun, survival). Several challenges involve reaching specific points, while others prompt players to defeat small enemies or survive brief battles. Some games depict pixelated characters using small swords or arrows to strike at enemies; enemies typically get stunned or disappear in a flash.

The Nintendo World Championships started in the United States in 1990 and became a tradition over the years, the most recent being in 2017. The original Nintendo World Championships cartridge was only given to finalists and is one of the rarest Nintendo games with the prices on eBay reaching close to $175,000.00

This rating comes after Pyoro_X on X (Twitter) shared an image of the Nintendo World Championships cartridge indicating something is coming soon.

— Pyoro (@Pyoro_X) May 2, 2024

Thanks to Stealth40k for pointing this out.

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