While supplies last, fans will also be able to purchase a special edition of Metroid: Samus Returns which includes a physical version of the game, a download code for the original Game Boy game Metroid II: Return of Samus to be redeemed in Nintendo eShop, a SteelBook®, a sound-selection CD featuring 25 tracks from across the Metroid franchise, a gold “S” pin badge, a Morph Ball 3D keyring and a 40-page artbook.*
Ironhide wrote:I'm aware Nintendo were well within their rights to take legal action but it just seems like they deliberately let the AM2R guy(s) get so far with the project just so they could prove a point.
It seems like a shitty law to be honest - the AM2R guys arent profiting off of it...
It's like, what if i drew a cute pikachu picture for a friend, and nintendo came, took it off me and then tore it up, declaring it illegal. That's what i think this is akin too. Maybe its more complicated (prolly is)... stuff like this makes me hate Nintendo (and specifically reggie) even more. I dont know whats going through the minds of the people when doing this, it's a labour of love no?
Though going on Twitter theres so many people that are defending nintendos decision so idfk whats going on.