Maybe a GBA or a Gamecube. I remember way back when my older brothers decided to sell the Nintendo 64. I was so against it! They sold it and some games anyway. We got ripped off which really upsets me.
When someone gives me a Google Play gift card, then I consider buying paid games. Aside from that, no. There is a decent amount of free games to keep me occupied, so I don't really feel the need to buy games on mobile devices.
I agree with what others have said above. Nintendo's DLC has always been good quality. That said, for FE: Fates, it was disappointing to get the game a year later and then already have over $70 worth of DLC ($25 if we're not counting other routes) there. It makes me feel so behind.
I certainly hope not. As others have said above, it confused older buyers, and considering that Nintendo has a large audience of smaller children (and thus adults purchasing things and surprising their children), it's really not a smart thing to do.
I wonder how many parents just decided to...