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 Jun 09, 2005 - 12:00 PM - by Michael
* DS cracked

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Mobile gaming (GBA/etc)
Gamesradar reports that hackers have managed to pull game images off of Nintendo DS cartridges.

Numerous games, such as Nintendogs and Super Mario 64 DS have now been illegally leaked on to the internet, with players able to download and play them via specially designed flash memory cards (pictured on the right).
While Nintendo will probably raise a legal ruckus, I don't think it affects them too much; the cost of the specially designed carts usually makes it not worth bothering with them.
 

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