@vanquishre: I think it'd be bad for business. Gamecube, heck I'd even argue the Wii U, were their most traditional consoles. And both were the lowest selling. They need to do something(preferablly good) that sets them apart from MS/Sony if they wanna win. A traditional home console with the same third party games as MS/Sony, with the only difference being is that it plays Nintendo games...isn't gonna cut it. Hybrid is their best option. A library that's it's own is much better than a 90% same library, except it'd be a library where people wouldn't buy it's third party games, because they would rather play them on PC/X1/PS4. If it's a hybrid, they just need constant releases and it'll be fine, instead of making an identical machine like their competitors.