So, releasing a limited and crappy version, in hope that it shows that people will maybe buy it, AND buy the games AGAIN?
That sounds like real hollywood executives dumb.
It's just laziness. They released this originally in 2002 on CD, then during 2006 on Gametap. The original release had another NES game, Jackal, built into the code but inaccessible; it also featured a demo of Dance Dance Revolution. In 2020, 18 years later, this gets released on GOG.com with Jackal still included in the code and with no noticeable improvements to the games or interface whatsoever. I wouldn't be surprised if the DD demo was actually inside the compilation itself just to bloat the program.