Technically, they’re the same good old fashioned Nintendo game titles, but corrected to get playing on computers. Of course, now, getting a physical antique games console, particularly when it has to do with playing NES or SNES video games, which may seem early relics to modern gamers, is practically unreal. Obviously, there is no likelihood we are able to add an older cartridge to our self respecting and start playing. Nonetheless, there is nothing impossible for complex technologies whose chief goal is to meet your digital fantasies and whims. Not only were these websites used to illegally play old Nintendo games via hardware emulation, but they also fed the newly released retro NES and SNES Classic Edition consoles with more games.

The couple also profited from the sites via advertising and donations and used graphics in its design that violated Nintendo's copyright. Nintendowon $12 million in a settlement after filing a lawsuit against the owners of two Nintendo ROM emulator websites. This agreement could signal the end of players being able...