Seriously, why at this point are people giving Nintendo money for nothing? I can understand buying something like a Switch (though I think the pricetag is a bit steep). What I do not understand, though, is buying something like the NES Mini, or even worse, the SNES Mini. For those of you who don't know, the SNES Mini was announced, and here are the underwhelming stats of it: Price: $80 (+20 from the NES Mini) Games: 21 (-9 from the NES Mini) And it comes with 2 controllers instead of just one. So... they expect you to pay $20 more, for 9 less games (the NES Mini was also a ripoff)? I know that Starfox 2 is on the SNES Mini, but seriously. They wanted THIS LONG to release it, instead of doing it I don't know, back during Wii Virtual Console? I really do not understand the people who are still supporting Nintendo and their business practices. They are Anti-Consumer (they would care more about delivering games to you easier instead of trying to milk that cow for all she's got otherwise), they are Hypocritical (they claim to be wholly against emulation, but yet they steal things like the NES ROM Header formats, and these Mini gadgets are emulators themselves) and they are outright purposefully delivering an inferior product (the NES Mini can be jailbroken to hold hundreds of games which it will happily read&play if you do it right, so they limited it ON PURPOSE). And after all of this, people are STILL hyped for the SNES Mini. Know what you could do instead? Buy a Retropie. You don't need a fancy case or anything, you just need one half decent USB controller (at least it'd have a cord longer than 2 feet lol) and a micro-SD card and it would be cheaper than the SNES Mini and it would not only play as many SNES games as you could possibly want to throw at it, but NES, Genesis, Gameboy, Gamegear, you name it, it'll play it. I mean, sure, a Retropie takes a little setup and you might wanna get it a little box or something to put it in (since it is shipped bare-bones circuit board only), but a little work would get you a vastly superior product from people who really do care about gamers and gaming, unlike Nintendo.