Here's my idea for how the Switch should handle VC titles. It may be too late because we already have Neo Geo games, but here goes anyways. The Wii U, Wii, and 3DS handles VC titles by selling each other individually. Every single game is wrapped inside an emulator, taking up space and costing more money. I propose that Nintendo moves to this model: Buy the Emulator, which comes with a selection of the most popular games for that console. You can purchase additional games for much cheaper as DLC, and then the roms would be downloaded and played in the game. Advantages: It makes it much more clear that the money goes towards the development of the emulator Less storage space is used up by the library, since only one copy of the emulator is needed the individual games can possibly be cheaper All your VC titles don't bloat up your home screen Most importantly: the DLC should be transferrable to new consoles that have the emulator purchased Disadvantages: A little bit more cost up front (maybe $10 for a NES emulator and $40 for a Gamecube emulator?), but possibly MUCH cheaper in the long run - especially if DLC is transferrable You'd have to launch the emulator first to play the games, which really isn't that much of a hassle - but you might be able to pin the specific game to the home screen to launch it directly. Thoughts?