In yet another round of copyright disputes, nintendo About 1,300 videos have been downloaded from YouTube user, GilvaSunner, to contain part of Soundtracks for video games like Super Smash Bros. and Zelda.
The influencer, who has nearly half a million subscribers, reported via his Twitter account that much of his content has “disappeared” due to They are violating copyright The great Japanese company.
However, this is not the first time something like this has happened to GilvaSunner, since August 2019 he had reported blocking his videos. Within its affected content there are some that take Music from Zelda, Super Smash Bros., Super Mario, and Kirby.
From his Twitter profile, he indicated that his goal was to share video game music, so he didn’t monetize the videos (because they weren’t original content) and didn’t use the channel’s popularity to promote other projects, but that Understand Nintendo’s position To consider that he was abusing his intellectual material.
and that is Nintendo doesn’t care whether he makes money from his stuff or not, Because the simple fact of revealing it was enough. That is, if it were up to the company, it would have already made claims to all those who used the Mario or Kirby character in their birthday cakes.
What the YouTuber did was share BSO’s video game soundtracks in order to show them off and Let the fans hear themEspecially since the Japanese company does not have any official channel where their music is.
Recently Nintendo Creators Programgramintended for some material to have access to YouTube, is closed, leaving users who want to enjoy the content out of the console without any hope.
For now, Gilvasunner followers have made the situation ridiculous by noting that Nintendo only allows soundtracks to be played in an almost silly way, as in Music player from Super Smash Bros.
Some of the audio clips removed from the YouTube channel were:
– The Legend of Zelda: Princess of Twilight
-The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword
-Super Smash Bros. Millie
– Super Smash Bros duel
– Super Mario Land
-Super Mario Galaxy
-Super Mario World
-New Super Mario Bros.
Mario and Luigi: The Dream Team
-Mario 3D World
– Luigi’s Palace
Mario and Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story
Kid Icarus Uprising
-Kirby’s Dream Land
programmer and youtuber Sebastian Stax Got Rockstar Games to work on Nintendo’s legendary portable console Thanks to an invention that allows you to play videos and games remotely
From a technical point of view, this successful epic Grand Theft Auto can be guaranteed to be on console screens, although when it comes to controlling it and distinguishing between objects and characters, it is impossible.
through a full video, Staacks explains how he managed to play GTA 5 in his first Game Boy. A YouTuber has come up with an interesting solution: creating a Wifi-enabled cartridge capable of receiving video signals from a PlayStation game.
In this way, the processing of the game goes elsewhere, as the Nintendo mobile device clearly does not have the technical capabilities for this.
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