GenGAME writes: "Nintendo could offer to the Mario fan, 'Here, if you buy Wii U, every Mario game in history will be available to you,' or to the Zelda fan, 'You have dreamed of a day when you would be able to assemble every Zelda game on your current hardware. That day has come.' They could say, 'You can now play every game you own without having to be in your living room.'
"But they don’t. They’re holding this potential back. Why is this? Why can’t this potential be there from Day One? Why the slow drip of Virtual Console games? Why has Nintendo left out its legacy software lineup from Wii U’s second screen proposition?"