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Sun Mar 26, 2006 7:30 pm Reply and quote this post
The Revolution will have a feature where you can download emulators for the N64, SNES, and other old Nintendo Relics, but doesn’t this open the door for…

Piracy? You could download games with a mod chip installed!

They’ve probably thought about that and used strong encryption!

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Mon Apr 03, 2006 12:04 pm Reply and quote this post
Of couse they would have lol....
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Wed Jun 14, 2006 9:13 pm Reply and quote this post
admin wrote:
The Revolution will have a feature where you can download emulators for the N64, SNES, and other old Nintendo Relics, but doesn’t this open the door for…

Piracy? You could download games with a mod chip installed!

They’ve probably thought about that and used strong encryption!


Ppl will find a way to make it free. It always happens there is no way Nintendo can make sure that EVERY person pays for the games. I for one am going to try and find a way to get them for free lol.

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Tue Jun 20, 2006 5:10 am Reply and quote this post
Well, GameCube and DS games have been pirated. The're just not common because there's hardly any price difference.

It may be possible, but would Nintendo be able to detect modded Wii's if they ever go online...

I'm guessing they would be able to.

btw, you forgot about the Sega relics.

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