I agree Shift. I am 17 (less than a month until I am 18) and I still love playing my snes. Sadly it goes to my sister when she moves into her apartment this August. I first got my snes when I was probably around 4 or 5 for christmas and I probably play it as much now as I did back when I was a kid.
I live off of my snes and 64. Me and some of my friends have zelda fests (staying up all night seeing who can beat ocarina of time the fastest). Or we play Super Smash Bro's all the time because most of us think the 64 version is way better than the gc version. The only time I don't use any type of nintendo system is when I play guitar hero and thats the only game I play for the ps2.
So my main point is as sad as it is, the wii is straying away from their old roots. But we can't just blame Nintendo because with todays market all it is is I have to make money to stay in competition so for that Nintendo has to appeal to the newer generation of kids where it's OMG GRAPHICS. Where as me and my friends who own a wii sit around and have to wait until later this fall/Christmas to even see a game that is might actually live up to the wii's hype.