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eldavojohn writes "A neat little device called the R4 allows for homebrew on the DS... and as micro SD prices fall, it is becoming easier and easier to put binary dumps of games people don't have the right to play on these cartridges. Which is why Nintendo will see them in court. Take note, it's not just the console maker in this case, it's also Capcom, Koei, Square Enix, Tecmo, Bandai Namco and Sega. Is this truly a case of stopping piracy or is it also an attempt to stop homebrew from stealing the market?" Link to Original Source
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