Click here for Github repo Hello there. Now we may already know that Nintendo did not implement a Virtual Console of any kind into the DSi, and didn't even release a portable form of Virtual Console until 2011 when the 3DS came out. And here's the thing: I just got the idea of making a group of developers and other people who together can make forks out of emulators like GBARunner2, GameYob, and even NesDS with official-looking interfaces, the ability to better emulate using the DSi's increased power and create our own DSi Virtual Console running on HiyaCFW with likes similar to the 3DS, Wii and Wii U VC. I already discussed this in the HiyaCFW discussion thread, but @Gericom and I thought it would be better to start a separate thread involving this. Here are some concept images that I made: Seem familiar? It's best that the DSi VC look as official as possible, so I also linked a YouTube video of a Japanese DSi setup so you can see how the DSi Menu and System Settings work, including all the dialog animations and sprites, in case you haven't known yet. The video has no sound, though. I just please need some DS homebrew developers who can be able to copy the emulator code over and add an official-looking interface, as well as single ROM loading and the DSi's enhanced clock speed abilities. Keep in mind that this may or may not be possible. I'm also thinking of making a potential new Windows application, that is capable of compiling DSi VC games like Asdolo's Ultimate VC Injectors, with some other people. I'm not trying to be rude or anything, but I just thought it would be cool to see something like this.