The NES games from the Ambassador program are getting some updates to get them ready for a publicly available eShop release. First up is good old Mario.
The update bring suspend play, meaning you can stop playing at any point and pick the game up back where you left it next time you boot it up, a new home screen menu and sometime in the future we should get digital manuals and multiplayer support. These features are supposed to hit all the virtual console titles.
But we wouldn’t be talking about Nintendo if there was some kind of idiotic hassle involved in the online: To get the update you have to go to the well-hidden menu that you originally downloaded the game from, hit the update button and repeat the process for each individual game that the update might apply to. Talk about user-friendly.