You know that the MST3K guys do riffs on more mainstream movies now, right? They sell MP3s on One of the first movies they did was Star Trek V. They later did Star Trek VI (which I like). All the Rifftrax are good, you should pick them up.
He was set to reappear in the third installment, as an alternate ending meant to set up the start of the third movie was made. It had Zinco being led by Russian Mercenaries to his pit. After Zinco betrayed the mercenaries by having his men gun them down, he returns to Zinco Enterprises with his body in tow. However, his company is not willing to do the procedure as not only was it illegal, but borderline occultist. He then decides to go to the Arctic, where a remnant of the Project Ragna Rok base was located. After nearly being killed by a collapsing Ice Shelf, he then inserts Kroenen's head into a machine dome. Completely revived by the machine, Kronen laughs insidiously and tells his "master" that this was just what he promised. Zinco is initially confused as to why he called him Master until he heard someone coming behind him. It turns out that Grigori Rasputin somehow returned from the grave and he tells Zinco and Kroenen that they have served them well and that he has one more task for them.
Nonetheless, if you have to pick one WWII power to which to give antigravity and a moonbase, the choice is obvious; after all, it's boring if the good guys have all the toys. Not to mention that Einstein (though a pacifist and a Jew, so hardly on Hitler's Christmas card list) was German (and there are a lot of rumors that the reason why America wanted nuclear power fast is that they thought Nazi Germany would develop it first), and Tesla, although actually Serbo-Croatian (a Slav, so a member of another of Hitler's exterminate-on-sight groups), is frequently confused with this due to the country being part of the Austrian Empire when he was born. Needless to say, the theme is played upon endlessly in pulp callbacks, B-movies, and modern occult works.
Of course we will learn more as time goes on, but to those concerned about not getting to keep the games, it is possible that as long as they are downloaded on your switch they stay there. To stop people from paying for a month and downloading all of them and keeping them perhaps with a subscription you will have access to everything online, and can download 3 per month to keep or something like that. Just a thought.
When Nintendo originally announced online multiplayer for classic titles, I immediately thought that they're going to use streaming rather than downloads (doesn't require any work to implement online MP that way). Nvidia has plenty of experience in this area, and the bandwidth requirements would be low for non-HD games. Dropping the VC name makes me think that is more likely to be how it'll be implemented.
Yeah, sure, for downloads. But we're talking about playing on the console when it's already downloaded. If there was no check-up, then you could start the same game with the same N Account on two consoles at the same time if they both were offline. 2b1af7f3a8