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Jul 29, R4 cartridges, which allow Nintendo DS users to play pirated video games, can no longer be sold or marketed in the UK. To report ROM sites, emulators, Game Copiers, Counterfeit manufacturing, or other illegal activities, please call us at or e-mail us at [email protected] For any other legal inquiry or concern, please call us at. I actually heard a discussion on one of my friends law classes the other day, the professor stated that unless you own copyrights to a particular game they (roms) are illegal to download and use regardless if you own/owned an original copy. Flash carts are not illegal in the states though, its what you.
Jul 28, R4 cards are well known around the world for allowing DS gamers to carry lots of games on a single cartridge. Unfortunately many of these cards are full of pirate ROMs downloaded rather than paid-for. In Nintendo decided to go after R4 importers by joining forces with 54 software developers and. Jul 28, A High Court has ruled that devices that allow gamers to play pirated video games on the Nintendo DS console are illegal in the UK. Jul 28, The High Court in London has ruled that so called 'game copier' chips, which allow Nintendo DS owners to run pirated games, are to become illegal in the UK. The judgement against Playables Limited means that the devices cannot be imported into, marketed or sold in Britain. Game copiers, also known.
Jul 29, A device that allows gamers to play pirated Nintendo DS games has been outlawed in the UK. The cards, which cost as little as £10, can be used to store. Jul 29, THE BRITISH HIGH COURT has ruled that a copying device that allows people to play illegally copied games on the Nintendo DS is illegal to sell and market in the UK. The R4 cards, or game copying chips, were storage devices that fit into the DS cartridge slot, getting past security systems and allowing. It would depend on when and how Nintendo checks your 3DS for software. I cannot tell you for certain, but I suspect they don't “peek” into your 3DS at all. They may, however, release software updates that would render those pirated games inoperable at any time. If Nintendo becomes aware of you doing something illegal.