I was thinking, as Sega seem to have made a lot more money with their dreamcast games on other formats, maybe Nintendo could follow suit? I heard somewhere, can't remember where, although i can remember it was most qualified that it would be a good idea. I am just echoing this really. Basically and rather obviously Nintendo would make a heck of a lot more money from their software if they were to license their games to the likes of Sony and Microsoft. But where would this leave their hardware? The argument i heard was that it could harm the Gamecube, but not as much as the money they would reap in from the 20 million+ users of PS2 and the however many Xbox users there are. This seems increasingly more common with the likes of GTA going to Xbox, and splinter cell going multi-format. It seems like a good idea to me as people wouldn't have to dish out for more than one console, and more people would get to play on great games. Instead of being influenced by whatever prejudices exist against consoles. Ie people hating microsoft, or thinking nintendo is for kids etc... What does everyone think? this would also seem to allow consoles to be judged on their merits, rather than their software, which seems fairer. Especially for mostly 3rd party consoles like ps2.