Nintendo filed a lawsuit against the RomUniverse site on Tuesday, seeking millions of dollars after accusing the site of "bold and massive violations".
Sometimes When Nintendo puts his lawyers on a website, it can be controversial, as the goals are small, fan-driven events that host retro releases using EmuParadise.
And sometimes, as in the case of RomUniverse, a site simply lists outdoor Nintendo Switch ROMs.
as Polygon According to reports, RomUniverse not only hosts pirate copies of current releases, but also charges $ 30 for memberships allow faster access to these files.
Nintendo claims "$ 150.00 for every copyright infringement and up to $ 2 million for any trademark infringement." RomUniverse announces that 60,000 ROMs are available for download. So that gives a lot .