The Kotaku edition reports that since last Friday, materials related to some Nintendo consoles have appeared on the network. In particular, information about the Nintendo Wii console, including design documents and files that may be useful for emulator creators and information mining specialists, became public. Also, information about the GameCube work device leaked to the network.
It is noted that the network appeared flowcharts and “Verilog files”, from which you can get a detailed description of the technical features of the Wii console. That is, enthusiasts can now learn how each Wii component is created.
Hackers also got working images (ROMs) for various technical and test demos for the Nintendo 64, designed to show the capabilities of the 1996 console. Below are some of these demos.
It is reported that about 3 gigabytes of data were leaked to the network, but some 4chan users believe that the leak is much larger.
World news – US – Hackers: it seems that the network has leaked materials on consoles, including Wii, and Nintendo games