30 games for $60 is a good deal, except when you don't choose which games and the games are all ~30 years old, then, not really. Parents getting this for nostalgia's sake, maybe, but parents are typically busy, and spend a lot of money already on kid stuff. I challenge Nintendo to prove me wrong, but I don't think this unit will fly with that demographic. Sure, Zelda is single player, but Tecmo Bowl, Bubble Bobble, Mario Bros., and Ice Climber are actually meant to be played by two people. I think even if they include only three or four games designed primarily as two player games, that not including a second controller is a bummer. Maybe they will produce enough controllers that it won't be any problem picking up a second one, though, as was the case with the N64. These are all kid friendly games. The selection of games would have been fine if it was expandable. Not being expandable makes it, well, just what I said earlier... Which consoles don't come with the power supply?! It's not stealing if you already own the game. Maybe I'll but the NES mini just so I can legally obtain a couple more ROMs. I never owned nor played Balloon Fight...hmm, on second though, for $60...no. Who is this targeted toward, besides people who don't do emulation and don't own a functioning NES? I know you aren't addressing me, but you cannot ignore the fact that the Wii U had dismal sales. We don't know anything about the NX, but Nintendo has, so far, said things about it that most likely will end up equating to nonsense. 3DS sales are okay, but tapered off in 2015. I'd say, though, that Nintendo has the market on hand-held portable game consoles, ... but ... then again, hand-held portable game consoles are quite possibly on the decline, with younger and younger kids getting smartphones and tablets. I don't disagree, I just think the biggest flaw of the device is a tragic missed opportunity. And I honestly don't think it will sell out for long.