> egg wrote:
>> Sucky games like Gran Turismo would probably be included just because it's a way
>> to add a game without having to get permission from a third party.
> Twisted Metal would be, but GT might be hard as there are likely trademark agreements
> that are expired. I haven't kept up with the series, but I assume they don't have
> all the cars anymore, some of which aren't even made anymore.
What about M-rated games? It the unit comes with any then it can't be targeted at kids/families. It's all or nothing: target it squarely at adults (nostalgia) or leave out some games so it can be kid friendly. The funny thing is this isn't really a problem with the NES and SNES but becomes a bigger problem the further you go.
p.s. according to this, the SNES Mini actually has an ESRB rating and it's T for Teen:https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/09/everything-...