That's not my point. My point is that people can get retro games running on every device under the sun, sometimes in a matter of days. It should be a doddle for Nintendo yet they don't do it. Neither did Sony with PS1 on PS4. I understand third party games would require contracts/agreements or whatever but their first party games should have been up ages ago.
Don't know what takes these companies so long.
Snes, GBA, GB, GBC and N64 games are all playable on the Switch with emulators, why can't Nintendo themselves do it?
Of course they *can* do it. After all, they've done it before. This isn't a technical question, but an economic one. Nintendo is clearly of the mind that subscription is going to bring in more revenue than a la carte sales will. We would all like to see them add games to the subscription service at a much faster rate, of course, but it's fairly obvious SNES titles are coming around the time year 2 renewals come up for NSO.