Ok so I decided to think about the possibility of wii games and wiiu games coming to switch. And then it kind of dawned on me. The joy cons literally have everything needed for wii. For a wiimote+nunchuck you can flip the right joy con for ir and then use the left for movement. And then you got the fact that there is gyro in guess what, the right joy con. which games like world of goo uses the right joycon and uses gryo sensing but doesn't use the ir sensor at the bottom, and doesn't require flipping. It was just a concept for those wii games. How funny to have a sensor at the bottom of the right joy con. (I'll have to double check it's usage). But so far this really looks like wii games can show up. However the joy cons would need a redesign of sorts to make button access easier on the right joy con. so pressing buttons is easier. Issue is. Is the switch powerful enough. since The wii and wiiu didn't have to work as hard, because of virtualization, since they were both under the same architecture giving that fancy backwards compatibility. But the switch isn't power pc, its a maxwell. So this means the switch would have to emulate. Which emulation takes more power than virtualization. But then again, the switch is twice as powerful as the wiiu. and the wiiu had two gig bites of ram (I need someone to check that). So far I just talked about the possibility of just the wii. Wiiu is rather questionable so let me name reasons as why It might not be possible on switch, as in like getting lets say mario kart 8 but not deluxe mario kart 8. first off it failed, second off mario kart deluxe hints at wiiu games just being solely ported to the switch with minor changes. Third the necessary peripheral to do this. Since the switch operates all on that tablet, it would need to mean that it needs some peripheral to make the dock display tv side of the wiiu and the switch tablet displays the well, tablet part of the wiiu. which already looks impossible. Since the dock is only a fancy conversion to the switch for hdmi, and in no shape or form does it physically boost the switch. As the switch itself has that power. Plus already the battery life would consume the switch if it even attmped to do so, unless having some charger. which then means trying to get some addon with usb c, makes that unfeasible. So lets say there was some sort of possiblity that the dock has some tiny proccesing power, and the switch could be charged, and somehow be wireless transmitting a signal. in theory if it could be possible. the usb c port could be used with the switch device itself, while the usb 3.0 part of the dock could be used as a video receiver, which then gets converted into a hdmi output. It would be pretty neat to play certain wiiu games on switch. But at the time being it would appear as impossible. What are your guys thoughts. Its just speculation, and in no form or way I'm I saying this will or will not happen.