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Sean

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    1. SupahBerry

      SupahBerry

      Nintendo- Sues fangame makers six feet under

       

      SEGA- Hires fangame makers with open arms

    2. Milo

      Milo

      it's (thankfully) been preserved and re-hosted elsewhere

      but yeah, no surprise there from nintendo sadly.

      @SupahBerry *looks at SoR Remake*

      Nowadays, at least....

    3. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      I normally try to see these things from the perspective of the IP holders, and reason why their behaviour might be justifiable even if still dickish and unnecessary. But there's absolutely no justifying Nintendo's stance on this.

      Nintendo can eat an entire ass, and choke on a lump of turd that gets stuck in their throat.

    4. DanJ86

      DanJ86

      Maybe they want to encourage people to play Super Mario Bros on the Switch online service....or the Wii U, or the Wii, or the NES mini, or the 3DS, or the Game Boy Advance, or the SNES....?

    5. Milo

      Milo

      i seriously doubt a homebrew port of a 30-year old game to an semi-obscure legacy platform is going to steal away customers from buying re-releases of the same game from various nintendo platforms that are significantly more popular. if anything, nintendo going out of their way to take this port down is only to give this release more publicity than it originally would had gotten had nintendo not done anything at all.

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