At $2 a game, this represents a savings of $90 compared to buying these digitally.
And if this lineup of many of the greats from the NES library doesn't interest you, I really don't see how Nintendo could ever grab you just by upping the already generous game count. Particularly considering what's missing from the 1st party lineup that bothers you, I can't imagine those additions changing your mind.
Ignoring a handful of 3rd party titles that NOA picked up back in the day (Such as a late Mega Man game that Capcom wasn't going to bring stateside themselves), all that this is missing from what Nintendo of America published here at home are Tetris, Zoda's Revenge, Zapper titles, and some early B tier titles like Mach Rider and Clu Clu Land.
All the major 1st party titles that Nintendo released back in the day in North America are here except for Tetris, which has obvious licensing issues. It has all three Super Mario Brothers titles, Metroid, Kid Icarus, Punchout, both Zeldas, Kirby's Adventure, etc. So unless you just have to have Donkey Kong Jr. Math, I don't see the problem.
And they did a decent job of covering some of the highlights of its 3rd party library as well. Not perfect such as no Contra, no Bionic Commando, no Castlevania III, etc. But a good job none the less.
Last edited by Leo_Ames; 08-17-2016 at 04:34 PM.