@benny: That would be cool, as long as the game was SLAVES TO ARMOK II: DWARF FORTRESS. I played that game on a netbook for about three months, which is not an ideal way to experience it, and it still had me by the balls.
@blu3v3nom07: I don't see Dragon Warrior I up on the Wii Virtual Console. Insanity! COLLUSION! I know there are...ahem...other ways of playing your favorite classic games for the Nintendo Entertainment System, but I steer clear of that special dark alley of the Internet personally. One of us might have it though!
@ravenlight: I think the first disc of FF8 is all I could handle a second time. I really loved that game when I was in high school but on reflection it is not that great. Best music of the series though. Come at me.
I bought my copy of Xenoblade new on a store shelf for $50. It was the only one in the shop, and the employee on shift said no more were on order. The print run was incredibly limited, and will never be repeated. When I saw people on Reddit willing to trade complete Metroid Prime Trilogy copies for Xenoblade, I realized I had my first real collectible game. It's just a crummy situation for everybody else left in the cold who wants to play it, and as there fairly simple illicit methods of getting the same game, Nintendo and Monolithsoft don't benefit either.