If there where actual good movies made, and they would be only on VHS, I'd go find me one of those old machines.
This is not quite the same though. As every system of Nintendo represents a pillar in the evolution of video games. And even the style of the old pillars are still chosen by modern creative game developers. Besides that the newest pillar of technology are often mostly only fully used by massive multi million software developers.
What I meant to say there is still room for smaller productions on the older pillars. We could still be playing new Super Nintendo games if it was not cut off. That said though, it would be also pretty exciting to see what a bigger modern development team would create within the restrictions of these older styles. I'd like to see a modern Zelda game on the Game Boy.
What would the Zelda team come up with if it would have to bring this franchise to new heights on older technology? This would be really interesting to see. The focus would not be on showing off these newly grown tech muscles. The focus could now be hardcore on growing creative muscles, and writing a true story, and getting the gameplay the best as it could be, and having truly great musical compositions. Also it could be that because of the limitations, the game developing experience as a whole can be overseen better again. There could perfectly be a space for new surprisingly great and well balanced videogames I'm certain about that. Look at it this way.. Just a pencil and a piece of paper can still lead to a great piece of art, or a truly captivating story.. We don't really need new technology for that.
I guess it would just be nice if all these machines where still open to develop for.. A bit like how we still can write completely new music and play it on our older 17th century musical instruments. So yeah, I think it would be nice if a company like Nintendo once in a while would give its all to raise the bar of these older pillars once more. Of course there will be new projects for the newest pillar as well, but raising the technology bar doesn't necessarily mean better games. Looking at a digital painting does not necessarily give us a better experience then looking at some interesting cave drawings.