Reddit has struck again. Nintendo documents have surfaced online, proving that the company itself is very intrigued – by a whole new level of infringement – in those who lean on the darker side. Instead of countering hackers and their actions in a normal way like many other companies do, Nintendo seems to like dealing with things differently. Apparently, they tend to stalk, approach (which automatically inherits intimidation), and, if possible, hire their targets. By the documents leaked (and if true), starting today, Nintendo should not only be considered as an entertainment company but could also be compared to some of the renowned foreign intelligence services.
Instead of a common lawsuit, Nintendo has decided to take this hacker issue into their hands. To simplify the reading, the document leak depicts a violation rarely heard in the gaming industry. According to the documents, Nintendo literally stalked a 3DS hacker for days before they approached him. It’s not only the surveillance that’s frightening but the whole procedure for a successful physical engagement. What exactly happened?
The hacker known as NEIMOD has been approached by Nintendo with a try to execute their “Hacker Enforcement Proposal,” which can be found in one of the tweets below. Keep in mind that there are most likely more of these people who are on Nintendo’s list of “acquisition” and are most definitely considered as valuable assets. More of these people have most likely been stalked and engaged by the company itself. The social media is already shocked by Nintendo, and online warriors have agreed to call this a “mafioso” move, which undoubtedly imperils the future of Nintendo.
Below you can find the Tweets and leaked documents:
Reposting this to hide the sensitive information, but Nintendo literally stalked this guy. pic.twitter.com/rFCHIJ1CI4
— Forest of Illusion (@forestillusion) December 22, 2020
Not content with merely being a morally bankrupt company in every legal sense, Nintendo now see fit to harass and stalk a man to his own home! If you give Nintendo another cent of your money, make no mistake; you are an awful awful person. pic.twitter.com/OJJLuwoeLp
— Captain Ahab (@AhabsArtwork) December 22, 2020