Nah, Nintendo will just continue to do it's own thing anyway and to be clearly honest, I'm kind of indifferent to this matter in the end since so few of my games are touched by this issue cuz of my single player focus experience (or manily my uses of online feature). I won't drown because I had to pay for 20 bucks with basic online features (I don't even have it right now actually ...). Voice chat ? I never used it before nor will I. Classic librairy ? It will grow out with time and we'll probably have SNES games added in a year or two.
But, just a reminder, that it is ok for people to wish for better things, there's nothing bad in doing so ... well, until you reach pure unreasonable entitlement for wanting an exact carbon copy of their competitiors while also paying 3x/4x less than they do.
I don't want an exact carbon copy of Games With Gold or PlayStation Now, I want Virtual Console back, because that was way better than what we're getting now.
The library will expand over time, just like the Virtual Console. I mean how was the VC back on Wii when it first launched?
Unfortunately, if you want to get more obscure and high-profile third party VC titles, I think they will be less frequent as third party companies are doing more compilations to get the money for themselves. Sega has its Sega Ages, Genesis Classics Collection, among others, Capcom just released Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection and the Mega Man (and X) Collections, Konami released Castlevania Requiem, and so forth. So what we were getting then will likely not be got be what we could get if VC still existed.