I mean Nintendo has all the legal rights to sue ROM (not emulator) sites, and I am pretty sure this isn't the first time it has happened. I wouldn't read into this, they do it all of the time. As for the emulator, I'm going to wait before I conclude anything, presumably they should not be doing this, but I'd also assume that Nintendo understands the legalities of emulators at this point, and in turn there could be something else up, given that it would not end well for Nintendo if the emulator is not stealing any code. This isn't abnormal, Nintendo has always hated emulators, that has been the case for decades. They are just acting on this specific emulator at this time. It has nothing to do with Switch. Also considering we have gone from a new SNES/NES game a month as of last year to just NES games as of this year, I wouldn't get your hopes up for a huge library. We aren't getting VC, just the Online program.