I am typing this on my wii u. My business is inventing stuff. My username + a .com is my website, where one of my inventions is showcased, a 3-D card game, 3-d in the sense there are independent numbers, colors, and suits, and this deck can play 14 games now, with more in the future. I got an associate who can program these games in Visual Basic, and if someone can program good visuals, and system-specific stuff, we can make a deal on a better Flash version, as well as consoles.
I'm applying for a provisional patent on a technology to turn old games into old online games WITHOUT WRITING NEW GAME NET CODE. When I suggested it to Sega, the forum moderator banned me, but I got the last laugh. Sega licensing told me if I can show it working with any Sega-systemed game, they'll talk licensing. Nintendo doesn't comment until they see a prototype. Once I get my patent, Panasonic will review it to see if they want to fund it. Better Panasonic than Sony or Microsoft. Now EVERY game could potentially be online.
By the way, the oldest system I had mom and dad purchase at childhood was a Colecovision. It's probably easier to list systems I didn't purchase in the day. All Atari systems, Odyssey 2, Astrocade, Arcadia 2001 Intellivision, Master System, Turbo Grafx, Virtual Boy, 3DO, and Neo Geo Pocket Color, were all thrift store finds. I don't own dedicated units, Fairchild, RCA, cd-i, Vectrex, Neo Geo and Xavix I don't have. The only preschool system I have is Pico for collectability, and I found that for 50 Cents with lots of packs. Every other US released sysyem, I believe I have bought during the time they were supported systems except the PS4, which I will wait until it's goodwill fodder. Any other questions, ask away.