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I love programming stuff, nintendo games, and ds games classic retro games. I get really excited over music apps and chiptune hardware. And anything hardware based! I love gaming, drawing, art, music

Wed 10th Apr 2013

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Gimmemorecoinz commented on Iwata Looking To Emulate iOS And Android With ...:

Seems like they just want to do something similar like make all the hardware run a similar firmware or something.
That way games can be backwards compatible with newer systems.
I'm kind of worried Nintendo is going to turn into the next major OS producer.
Then they would become more focused on OS implementation and less focused on game standards and quality.
le sigh
I've seen Nintendo churn out wayyy too many "ports" of older games. And not enough unique entertaining titles the last year.



Gimmemorecoinz commented on Nintendo Opens Legal Proceedings Against HackY...:

I hate stuff like this. The truth about what "homebrew" and "piracy" is always gets mixed up.
Homebrew is a term frequently applied to video games or other software produced by consumers to target proprietary hardware platforms (usually with hardware restrictions) not typically user-programmable or that use proprietary storage methods. This can include games developed with official development kits, such as Net Yaroze, Linux for PlayStation 2 or Microsoft XNA.[1]

When someone installs and uses commercial software without paying for the program, it is called "pirating" the software.

R4 cards are not Illegal. Neither are flash cards. They are just SEEN as illegal because they allow the user to run BOTH Commercial games AND pirated games. Little known fact, some of the original versions of MoonShell For DS would refuse to launch commercial games. I believe another group patched moonshell to be able to. So there you go. The homebrew community is NOT pirates. It's other people that find ways to use homebrew for piracy. It always happens. The reason Nintendo is on this is because usually one always follows after the other; homebrew-->piracy.