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Nintendo takes down Metroid 2's AMR2 remake

Nintendo takes down Metroid 2's AMR2 remake

Nintendo takes down Metroid 2's AMR2 remake

Nintendo takes down Metroid 2's AMR2 remake

 

Nintendo has filed a DMCA takedown claim against Metroid 2's recent AMR2 (Another Metroid 2 Remake) remake, which was recently released for free to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the franchise. 

This fan remake of Metroid 2 was in development for over ten years with new artwork, AI, music and even new areas and bosses, creating a game that is hugely updated over the original in almost every possible way. 

Right now this fan remake has been critically acclaimed by the gaming press, though at this time the official download links and even portions of the games own website have been taken down, all over a game that was originally released in 1991. 

 

 

3rd party links to this game have already appeared on other websites, so gamers should be able to download this popular fan-made remake if they are willing to do some searching, though at this time it is unknown how far Nintendo will go in order to combat the 3rd party distribution of this game.

 

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08-08-2016, 18:05:18

Kushiro
Wow Nintendo, just wow...Quote

08-08-2016, 18:09:57

WYP
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
Wow Nintendo, just wow...
Yeah, it didn't take them long.Quote

08-08-2016, 18:53:57

Kushiro
I actually planned on grabbing this. Its too bad really. All that hard work gone with nothing to show for it.. Just hope that other links stay.Quote

09-08-2016, 04:15:58

Thelosouvlakia
The devs are going to say "F" it and release it on thepiratebay eventually...Quote

09-08-2016, 10:43:06

WYP
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Originally Posted by Thelosouvlakia View Post
The devs are going to say "F" it and release it on thepiratebay eventually...
I'm sure somebody else will host it. nothing ever dies on the internet.Quote
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