Nintendo reports pirated countries to USTR

In a report to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), the body specializing in international trade agreements, Nintendo listed six countries: China, Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, and Paraguay as major bastions, where piracy of the Wii and DS are out of control. The main problems Nintendo cited are game copiers and mod chips, and […]

In a report to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), the body specializing in international trade agreements, Nintendo listed six countries: China, Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, and Paraguay as major bastions, where piracy of the Wii and DS are out of control. The main problems Nintendo cited are game copiers and mod chips, and asked the USTR to help in dealing with the governments of these countries. Nintendo targeted the makers of the R4 DS game copier, and classed them as a "repeat offender" in international piracy.

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