Nintendo has been receiving a lot of hype lately with the Switch just days away from release. There has also been unwanted attention from this gaming company as well, in the likes of Piracy originating from the inside of the Nintendo corporation.
Click bait title; it's basically rehashing the story that's already been brought forward, about how a group of pirates got some data illegally from Nintendo's servers and, using broken street date copies of BotW as skeleton keys, leaked the entirety of the Wii U version of BotW online, so that OTHER slimy rat-faced bastards could illegally download the game without paying for it, through modded consoles. See this kind of shit is why things like CEMU shouldn't be allowed. For things that companies no longer sell or make money off of, I might be able to understand, but stuff like CEMU shows up and opens up a floodgate that mostly attracts pirates, not tech lovers that are just legitimately trying to learn and experiment without harming anything. Instances like this prove that modded consoles which support piracy-enabling emulator programs do way more harm than good, in my eyes.
i dont understand why you have a vendetta against emulators. and just so you are clear... breath of the wild is NOT playable on cemu at this point in time
> See this kind of shit is why things like CEMU shouldn't be allowed. Restriction on software. Oh boy. Get out. > but stuff like CEMU shows up and opens up a floodgate that mostly attracts pirates We have been going back and forth with this, im going to ask you again, kitchen knifes opens up a floodgate for people with malicious intend. How does that fly with you? Cleaning chemicals you can purchase at a store can be used to make bombs. How does that fly with you? Computers give you access to the internet, so therefor also the darknet. How does that fly with you? I could go on. But saying that emulators attract pirates ( lol ) is completely irrelevant to whether it should be allowed to exist or not. By your logic we should abolish a lot of things. There is no infringement on software that is build from the ground up or has a public license to it. >Instances like this prove that modded consoles which support piracy-enabling emulator programs do way more harm than good, in my eyes. Stats needed.
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