So I own a lot of Nintendo stuff. From old to the newest consoles and handhelds. The special thing with Nintendo is that they are different. They lack the balls to copy other companies, but why should they? Almost everything (except the virtual boy which I found pretty nice for that time) is a cash cow. Only the nice part has come to an end since April 2014. The digital age is taking its toll on Nintendo. Attached is a screenshot that tells the following: I hereby give Nintendo permission to only deliver digital content for the period of time that the recall period is active. I declare that I take no further action to make this sale undone. In other words: no money back on digital stuff. I guess they learned from the last batman dlc season pass. So that means they can bullshit you pretty much with everything they do. Removing things from the shop is not a problem anymore because you agreed on the terms that they are boss over your console. Which brings me to the next painful point: they can erase software from your Wii U without asking. Don't believe me? Read the TOS of your Wii u online services. There is the option automatic update after you power down your console to do "certain" actions. Normally it will patch software or download updates when they become available. Know they can also remove any software they see fit. What of you think about this? And do you still use the automatic update service after knowing what can happen?