Nintendo has finally come around In the world…in the form of a removed version of an edited video that changed all In the world Pokemon friends. very funny.
after few days In the worldFollowing X's early access launch and its global explosion in popularity, YouTube creator ToastedShoes posted a short video on X (formerly Twitter) teasing for him Pokemon In the world modern.
“In the world She already has Pokemon mod,” ToastedShoes wrote on X. His claim was a bit misleading: According to In the world Developer Pocket Pair, the game does not support mods yet, but there are plans to add mod support after launch. It is difficult to determine how ToastedShoes made this model or how complex it is at this time.
Either way, within hours of His position is X When the edit was announced, ToastedShoes posted that Nintendo had filed suit against the video and it had been removed.
“Nintendo came through for me, please keep me in your thoughts and prayers.” to publish.
But that did not prevent him from publishing the full video to edit it In the world Experiment – while cracking some jokes at Nintendo's expense. (Watch the full video below… while you still can.)
It's about what you'd expect: 16 minutes of abusing Pokemon, fighting them, forcing them into action, and using them to fight an unwinnable battle against the game's first boss, who's been edited to look like Jesse from Team Rocket riding a giant vehicle. electabuzz.
Nintendo is notoriously litigious regarding intellectual property rights and has a history of removing fan-made content. Since arrival In the world Accusing that its monstrous designs infringe on Nintendo's intellectual property rights, there is growing debate about whether or not Nintendo will pursue it. In the worldDevelopers. It doesn't appear that Nintendo has filed any complaints against it In the world just yet. It's usually much easier to remove something when there's no ambiguity regarding the violation, which is what happened with ToastedShoes. But these things are also easy to preserve: As of the date of publication, the ToastedShoes video is still available on YouTube. Youtube Published on X He initially wanted to release the mod for free to everyone but now says he plans to “tread lightly” for now.
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