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Nintendo sues Switch emulator Yuzu for piracy

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Nintendo sues Switch emulator Yuzu for ‘facilitating piracy at a colossal scale’ - The Verge

According to the article, Nintendo claims that Yuzu is “primarily designed” to bypass Nintendo’s encryption and play copyrighted Nintendo games, and that it has no other legitimate use. Nintendo also alleges that Yuzu has tested thousands of official Nintendo games, provided instructions on how to obtain pirated copies, and linked to websites that distribute the prod.keys, which are needed to run the emulator.

Nintendo is asking the court to stop Yuzu from operating, take away its domain names and social media accounts, and even seize and destroy its hard drives. Nintendo also wants a lot of money in damages, of course.

I think this is a very interesting and controversial topic, and I wanted to hear your opinions on it. Do you think Nintendo is right to sue Yuzu? Do you think Yuzu is a legitimate emulator or a piracy tool? Do you think emulators are good or bad for the gaming industry and the gaming community? Do you use Yuzu or any other emulator yourself?

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8 hours ago, Demon_skeith said:

This should be interesting, fine enough to make the emulator, but to say how to get games and what not is a big no no, they are doomed.

That is likely to be a major issue for them.  It might help lessen the blow as they didn't host the games themselves, but they basically did everything else needed to pirate them.

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