The Seal basically meant that the game you purchased was tested and worked on your Nintendo console without a hitch. It never meant that the game you purchased was actually fun or capable. As long as a company paid the licensing fees and bought a certain number of Nintendo cartridges for their games, they were A-OK.

They DO need to limit the amount of games that a company with no history in the business releases, though.

Anyway, I voted "yes" because I think everything that was around when I was a kid should come back (including Polio).



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