"I would not ever rule something out," he said, "but what I can tell you is not that in our planning horizon."
Fils-Aime explained that Nintendo viewed the previous retro consoles as "limited time opportunities, "which gave the Wii U and ramped up the Nintendo Switch. In September, Nintendo launched its Switch Online service, which for $ 20 per year includes multiplayer for games and access to a library of original NES games. Fils-Aime said that service will be the main place for people to play classic .
Still, the company has a lot of work to do to expand the NES library, let alone add games from later consoles. And yet, Nintendo has got more aggressive about taking down sites that distribute unauthorized ROM software for those games.