"Tired of international piracy, Nintendo has created a list of countries around the world that continue to deny necessary and effective protection of video game products. Countries that made the list include Paraguay, China, Korea, Mexico, Spain and Brazil. Nintendo has labeled these countries as areas where piracy runs rampant and has asked the United States to take further steps to combat its spread."
"The true problem with piracy is that it robs profits from developers, publishers, and manufacturers that need said money to continue operation. If less money is available for a games production, the quality of the title suffers. In the end, it is the gamers themselves that suffer along with the companies whose products are being pirated."