Oh no, according to some parts of the internet, Nintendo Switch's next release date Super Mario 3D World Bowser’s Fury has been snapped a week after the game was officially released., it was also leaked online!
Although it is not entirely clear at this point how it all started, a thread on ResetEra reveals that the game is now “broadcast” and that the Switch game soundtracks are also “downloaded” in response to “a”. skid
We took a look at Twitch, and of course – some people are already releasing the Bowser’s Fury add-on The same ResetEra thread confirms that “retail copies were [so] emptied”, which explains why the feeds are already appearing online
We can't imagine Nintendo will be too happy about this, given the secret nature of the new add-on
Nintendo's famous dataminer OatmealDome shared additional information on the development side of the game, based on this latest leak:
So, long story short – this Switch game was released in the wild If you don't want Bowser’s Fury spoilers, it is probably best to stay away from streaming websites, video and social media for next week.
When he doesn't pay off a loan to Tom Nook, Liam enjoys reporting on the latest Nintendo news and admiring his library of video games His favorite Nintendo character was a dog playing guitar, but nowadays, he prefers to spend time with Judd the cat
Better find where the source of the leak is and send the plumbers in with baseball bats
On another note, how the hell is this at Nintendo? What kind of security do they have lately, It looks like all major Nintendo first-party games are making their way fully online ahead of release date? This appears to be a serious issue that Nintendo needs to resolve ASAP.
This now happens every time a high level game is about to be released It is becoming so common now that it is hardly relevant I wonder if companies sometimes plan it, it happens so often now
It's a shame I'm sure it will spoil Bowser's fury for some unhappy souls, although i guess the easiest thing to do is not watch any videos about the game before playing it yourself.
@Highlar It's not just Nintendo I don't know if you know The Last of Us 2, but this was leaked early If I'm not mistaken, Cyberpunk did it too This is just the world we live in and it can happen in different ways that have little to do with homeland security (Ie a small retailer can effectively sell the product before the actual release)
It really sucks You have to practically step off the grid for a spoiler-free experience these days
@Tasuki I doubt it spoils for anyone No one has to watch the videos
@Broforce This is also true It's not like the video will start playing the moment you turn on your device You would have to search for it so that people who have no room to complain
I think if you have a preorder, I don't care if you download it or not If you don't have a pre-order, its hacking, like any other game, if you make videos about it with spoiler-free thumbnails and titles, it's always a bit meh, but I can live with them existing, but if you put spoilers in the title or thumbnail, this is where it goes too far If people want to watch a video about the leak, Leave them, but if they don't, don't spoil their experience, if not (word not allowed on this site) you @ Tasuki The section recommended by Youtube still exists, and she's not nice to those who avoid spoilers
You have to live in a bubble because high level games about to release have been leaking for quite some time now
You must be wondering how this continues to happen with each major release Security needs to be thought about beforehand and it clearly isn't there
You must all remember, it's probably not an internal Nintendo problem It's the stores, who must have the stock in place early, letting the copies sell out when they arrive instead of waiting for the actual date on the street. I remember getting a copy of Hotel Dusk early in the day from WalMart I went to see a friend at GameStop and thought to myself “see what WalMart just did” and we reported it to Nintendo for breaking the street date Some store employees don't care or know enough to care Stock is coming, stock goes up for sale This is probably why some places have started putting blocks into systems so that games won't be sold until the release date.
I'm going to stop looking at it For some reason, life on Nintendo has always been a big fan of piracy, but I am against I think if you really like Nintendo & what theyre doing, you would like to support them
The last time this happened, it was more than 2 months only with Age of Calamity, and let me tell you Nintendo was drunk or stupid
Out of respect for “content creators”, I won't mention their names, but I'm sure everyone knows who I'm talking about Spoilery thumbnails and entire gameplay videos from LEAK gameplay, and not a reviewer's copy Even if it was a review copy, that would break the NDA
But more importantly, Nintendo's copyright has hit YouTubers who LEGALLY released the game in Australia, NOT the people who leaked the first images of the game. Why target people who have done things legally by region and not target those who illegally disclose gameplay footage, almost a whole week in advance?
Here is an example of how Nintendo's security has really failed its fans. I don't have much respect for runaways who easily get away with doing something illegal, but I hate when Nintendo decides to target the wrong people
If they make the same mistakes again with 3D World, honestly, I don't know what to think of Nintendo anymore They will continue to make good games, but they will also continue to ruin the hype by not doing things right.
@Highlar It's more that reviewers get early copies or stores don't book appointments Some reviewers who get early copies end up illegally throwing them away, even if they know perfectly well that if they get caught, they will end up ruining their chances of seeing the games again.
I assumed he was using the same 3D World aesthetic and graphics as Mario has the same shimmering plastic look as the characters in 3D World, you notice it more in the rain
I'm just happy to pay real money and enjoy the game with you on the release date!
Hackers rarely enjoy content They get it for free and get no value and no fun in return This is how the law of energy works!
Someone above pointed out that the leaks suck, because we have to get out of the grid to avoid spoilers for a while, and I agree But I think it has to suck even more to be a pirate!
So everything is fine, my brothers! Everything is fine 👌
I downloaded the game to my Switch as I pre-ordered it yesterday, i guess they can just take the sd card and unlock the game on pc maybe?
I just completed Bowser's Inside Story The Final Battle Against Dark Bowser – I wonder if it relates to what we see in Bowser’s Fury It was a good ending
@DonSerrot you bought a copy earlier then reported them? Hope you also returned the copy
@horizoniki “Hackers rarely enjoy content They get it for free and get no value and no fun in return This is how the law of energy works! “
It's not good to say that Nintendo must be drunk or incompetent, that's not the problem I guarantee they take their safety very seriously and do everything they can not to let it out early This is firmly the responsibility of third parties Whoever, it is more than likely that a critic / retailer / manufacturer who can obtain a copy digitally or physically will have been the one who stole the code and formatted it for distribution. It's almost impossible to avoid this these days, all other companies have the same problem The only way it will stop is if Nintendo stops all distribution of notices and physical copies and just ditch the game digitally on launch day, but sites like Nintendo Life, etc. will have to wait and take the review a week or so later and then the commenting community will complain and moan because they bought the game before the boohoo reviews came out Again, this is what you get for promoting piracy, oh i mean Home Brew emulation projects
@horizoniki Don't listen to deniers – what you say is true I have had thousands of old games emulated in the past & ended up not wanting to play it anymore but now, I have them all on cartridges / official records, they all have great individual value Same with modern hacked stuff – for some reason, pirated games lose some intrinsic quality In addition, how can you claim to love Nintendo and at the same time steal them? I think homebrew is good, but the people who produce the software should actively prevent users from using pirated games
Can anyone explain to me the purpose of reading a leaked copy? All user game saves in SX OS are not carried over if you get a legitimate copy later due to the emunand
@Broforce You're wrong I worked in a public school for a few years Special needs children You know who loves video games? Children with special needs Do you know how to get them to shut up and to work? IPad Time Teachers Made This Possible On Classified My Children Special Ed do nothing other than YouTube So, I get stuck in a room with a kid watching Luigis Mansion 3 even before beating the game, the week I bought it, the week it went out These runaways just want clicks, and they steal from anyone to get what they want They are thieves, you know
I had a lot of friends (online and in real life) who were pirates and didn't buy anything They usually ended up playing a bunch of games at the same time, not beat a single one, then ditch them all because they always had another game ready that they wanted to try. Always having everything available immediately and without paying gives the impression of having less value
@Highlar Whatever it takes, is that a person in the supply chain with a hacked switch gets their hands on the physical game to rip it up and run away from it.The main reason is simply because the switch is so easily hacked compared to any other console It is also portable, so it would be easy for someone to do it at work
I have no idea Xbox or Playstation hack, but if they can be hacked, they should steal the game, take it home and tear it up, all just so that a very small percentage of people can play it
@nessisonett The most entertaining were @Cosats and @NintendoPok, but I guess they are banned because they haven't posted for a few months
Suck it, Nintendo 👎
It's a bit of a reward for consumers for joycon issues, unnecessarily heavy copyright strikes and tournament bans Nintendo's optics have generally been poor since Bowser and the “ replacement of Iwata ” have taken over A little tit-for-tat must come their way
80% of this product is something most of us experienced on the Wii U six years ago, I therefore doubt that the leaks have too much influence on sales
@Prizm To be honest, Nintendo has had a LOT of issues even with Iwata and Reggie Don't Know their YouTube policies of 2013 or their failure of a content creation program created in 2015? IMO Nintendo has been anti-consumer since the company established its online presence
@horizonisland Try much longer than that This is the same company that took action against Blockbuster to prevent people from renting video games without buying them This is the same company that tried to sue Galoob for the Game Genie
Take off the rose-tinted glasses, and you will find that Nintendo still has, without exception, was awfully “anti-consumer”
Although I absolutely do NOT defend the actions of Nintendo, I think it is virtually impossible to find a company that is not violently anti-consumer in any sector of our economy, especially video games
Say what you want on emulators, but hacking a game before it's even released is a HUGE CRIME Not only is it confidential information revealed to the public, which is highly illegal, but it is also theft. It might not be a theft to hack an SNES game, but it's way too new
Moreover, watch when Nintendo removes them and people get mad and call Nintendo the police fun to enforce the law People really disgust me
The article: Bowser’s Fury a fui en ligneDeviantArt: Excellent idea! I'm gonna make furry bowser's art leaking online
I love that, it's like a modern day Robin Hood – rob the rich (mega-corporations) and give people
@GoldenSunRM It's a lack of focus rather than a lack of appreciation I have literally over a thousand games in my Steam library, not to mention the games I have for consoles and handhelds But I can stick to the games I play rather than float between them all because I can't decide what to play
It's pretty obvious, as it is logistically impossible to deliver a major version to all retailers in time for the specific release date, if you don't get some of them up to a week in advance, so some sell or ship earlier , even worse in the current climate as there will be a lot more online sales due to the pandemic
Of course, most of these videos have fairly low numbers compared to other content on YouTube
@PBandSmelly The same people play pirated copies of games, then claim they still had them in order, so it's ok or they never had them on order, and it's still fine because Nintendo / Sony / MS and others are biiiiig companies, baaaaad who forcibly take your hard earned money for full-price retail games they'd rather steal
@ Iggy-Koopa Whenever Nintendo does something wrong and people say “I no longer support Nintendo”, I wonder what they would think of all the other businesses With that in mind, nor should they support whoever made his car, his bulbs, its cleaning products, his food, his clothes, his toilet paper, his shoes or his bed Every business has a dark and terrible history, there is no such thing as an innocent business and it is something you have to manage Buy what you want, your one lost purchase doesn't make big business tremble They see a normal thing a big business does and act like it's not happening anywhere else Damn, Nintendo is probably the second coming of Christ compared to everything going on in all other companies right now
@ stuntz0rZ the purpose of reading a leaked copy is the ability to read it sooner and for free it's not hard to figure that out really
Great job for NL geniuses to spread the message, raise the news so that more can look for ways to download it smh
I don't know what it is, it happens every time Paper Mario was also leaked a week before its release Hacked Switch is everywhere anyway, it is easier to buy a model 2017 than tinkering with the SX card (SX OS is obviously on its last legs)
As long as I personally stay away from spoilers, I don't care if that happens Make crimes on Nintendo all day
Guy, what is it with nintendo and street dates? It would be nice if it was a time without the internet, but now messing up games is too easy And I'm not claiming that it only happens to Nintendo, but it seems to happen with just about every major title they release
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