Plus it makes no sense whatsoever especially since I can run out to the store and get actual NES games for $0.50 - $2.50 each. They obviously aren't releasing multicarts like Super Mario All-Stars + World but I can still get that at the stores for way cheaper than each individual game so their prices still seem like a ripoff. Then again even where Nintendo itself is not involved, I still see SMBA4 used for almost the original retail price, and it's not even rare, I really don't understand that!
I guess they're catering only to new generation gamers who haven't had to pay for these releases before. What I would like to see is a console that accepts carts for every type of game, with a built-in upscaler that allows you to use all the popular graphics filters, and it has Composite, HDMI, and VGA-out.
Or even if this was just a USB attachment for the Wii it would be fine. How many times are they going to try to get me to re-buy the same games?
The killer is that you can never bring your games to a friend's house, and I guarantee they won't let you import them for use on your next Nintendo system.
I dump my own games whenever I can, but I really don't find anything wrong with downloading the ROM versions of all my games and having the ability to use them on whatever system I want.