I just took a look at the new titles and I just gotta say this, "Hell ya!" I was in no way under-privileged as a kid, its just my parents never bought me any systems except for a gameboy I got on my 10th birthday, they didn't believe in them. I had never owned a NES, Genesis, Etc but I would go to my neighbours house almost everyday after school, pushing aside his genesis (HE HAD 2 SYSTEMS!! You don't even have to ask if I tried to use this as an arguing point against my rents) and opting instead for his NES with Mario 3. Mario was my obsession, there were few games that gave that adrenaline high when you had executed the perfect timing and cleared the level effortlessly, collecting all the secrets and grabbing the right card. It was my crack! I wanted my own system, I wanted to be able to play on my own terms. Time went by, and Christmas mornings came and went, never with any Nintendo branded goodies. And then, Nintendo released their Super Nintendo. It was on vacation at a friends house down in Naples Florida where I saw Mario World for the first time. The graphics so smooth and new, the sounds so crisp and authentic. I still get a kick out of the "pop" sound that the SNES is capable of producing, you know the one I mean. When this game was being played I was a zombie. I HAD to have it. I slaved for months mowing lawns, raking leaves, doing what I could to try and work up enough money to get this system just for the new Mario. In the end, I never made enough money. And time passed as such that the SNES and Mario became secondary objectives in my life. I'm older now, I've got a source of income, my own life. Sure I've had this rom for some time now, and I've beaten it a couple times...and this may seem completely irrational, but I am GOING TO BUY MARIO WORLD, I owe a little bit of money to Nintendo for the years of indirect joy it gave me. Things have finally come full circle. See, this is where the genius in Virtual Console really comes into play in my opinion. They know we had these games, they know we've played them, some of us may even still have the cartridges ready to go. But they also know that for some of the middle ground aged gamers these titles are chemically tied to some of our earliest and most coveted memories and experiences. We are helpless but to want them, because when we were just little brats there was nothing cooler. Anyone else have a title like this they will be all but powerless to resist?