I've been watching some youtubers, specially individuals like the AVGN, Pat the NES punk, etc. who have a crap ton of NES games and retro stuff in general, in fact, is so big that real book libraries are filled with cartridges of the original games, and as such, they aren't that "friendly" with the terms of emulation, or playing roms within a computer and such. But this stance is not only with them, is also with most reviewers who have the need to "Show" the cartridge in order to explain said game, is like "Hey, look at me, i have this rare golden cartridge whose worth is the same as a new car, and i'm gonna review it right now, and here!", even some people support them and think that everyone should buy the cartridges or CD's in order to get the "Real experience". What kind of "Real Experience" is paying overpriced articles that were long discontinued?, many old games are known to be ridiculously expensive such as Little Samson, Stadium Events, Ducktales 2, etc. heck, even games like Darkwing Duck for the NES, the cartridge alone costs about 60 to 70 dollars, that's more or less the price of a new retail AAA game!. Not only they do have lots of retro games in their bookshelves, they also have old consoles like the CDi, the Virtual Boy, Coleco Vision, Intellivision, Atari 5200, Atari 7800, Atari Jaguar, Turbografx 16 with the CD add-on, the 3DO, etc. A console like the CDi or the 3DO aren't exactly cheap, neither were back then, neither are right now, which makes me ask, if someone is so akin, against, vs piracy in all its forms, should people in terms of legal matters buy all the games, regardless if its out of the stores or not?. Because according to the laws, a game is only free domain after 60 to 70 years the death of the author who owns the licensee of the game, this isn't applied when the games aren't Copyrighted nor sold at a retail price, ie Free. That means we won't play games like "Super Mario Bros" or "Legend of Zelda" in legal terms through emulation only after Miyamoto dies, and about 70 years have passed. Virtual Console games on Nintendo don't help either, they only pick like "This game or maybe that game" but you need to purchase Nintendo points in order to get them, and in the end, is only more emulation, but is "Legal emulation" because Nintendo has the licensees to publish those games in there. So, what do you think, should people buy the retro games they can afford (despite not supporting the developers because they are onto new games, or are extinct companies) and not emulate by any means, or the opposite?.