Half Life Dreamcast Rom [TOP]
The second thing, and that is more of a subjective aspect I admit, is that I don't care for yet another way to play my NES games. I understand if people feel different about it, but I for one, don't need it. There are very, very few NES games at this point in time, I still would actually consider playing anymore, not to mention, that I just don't need to own a game half a dozen times over - no matter how good the game, at some point this is just silly.
Half Life Dreamcast Rom
Biggest problem is the drip feed. Wii VC started with 3 games/month before slowing to 1 or none. I would prefer them offer a service and just dump all their backcatalog on it now and seperate this from online fee. If they keep releasing 3 games a month they won't release anything that hasn't been released during the Switch lifetime.
Riddled with debt, Nintendo struggled to to survive in the Japanese toy industry; it was still small at this point, and dominated by already well established companies such as Bandai and Tomy. Because of the generally short product life cycle of toys, the company always had to come up new product. This was the beginning of a major new era for Nintendo.
In July 1983, Nintendo released their Famicom (Family Computer) system in Japan, which was their first attempt at a cartridge-based video game console. The system was a booming success, selling over 500,000 units within two months. The console was also technically superior and inexpensive when compared to its competitors, priced at about $100 USD. However, after a few months of the consoles selling well, Nintendo received complaints that some Famicom consoles would freeze when the player attempted to play certain games. The fault was found in a malfunctioning chip and Nintendo decided to recall all Famicon units currently on store shelves, which cost them almost half a million USD.
But when you took off the price of a dvd player at the time you were then getting a quite cheap new console (by comparison to expected standards). I know i justified a launch PS2 by saying half the cost was for the dvd player.