Josh Nichols from BagoGames writes: It’s a great time to be a portable gamer. From great remakes like Ocarina of Time 3D to hit soon-to-be classics like Pushmo to the already awesome classics from the years before, like Link’s Awakening DX, the 3DS is a great platform. You can even play beloved classics like Super Metroid or Super Mario World on your 3DS – that is, IF you own a ‘New Nintendo 3DS’. Therein lies the issue that has angered many gamers across the internet, and I can understand why. It’s a tricky issue, but it boils down to two major points; firstly, gamers simply just don’t understand how emulation works and, second, Nintendo’s quality standards are incredibly high. Normally Nintendo’s high standards result in epic masterpieces like Ocarina of Time or Super Mario 64 but not this time; this time it has resulted in angry fans. In one corner. we have a company that doesn’t always do the greatest job at communicating with its fans and, in another corner, we have a large base of gamers who don’t understand how emulation works or Nintendo’s intentions. I’m in the middle of it all and intend on setting the record straight.