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Nintendo goes to Zelda fan game for copyright infringement



Screenshot: YouTube

Screenshot: YouTube

The missing link, a new Zelda Fan game made by a team led by celebrities Mario Modder Kaze Emanuar has had its website and trailer removed from Nintendo.

We wrote about the game in July 2020, 37 months ago, and it looked great! Made from mostly recycled materials by both Ocarina of Time and Majora’s mask (although with a very cool new item available later), The missing link tried to bridge the gap between the two stories with a completely new adventure.

But Torrent freak According to reports, the project’s Github page was recently removed by Nintendo along with its own homepage and all of its YouTube videos. Nintendo’s complaint, which you can read here, basically states that the company “has reviewed the reported material and does not believe it qualifies as a fair use of Nintendo’s copyrighted work.”

While this marks the end of the project’s official online presence, it is obviously still available and available on the internet. And yes, I know Nintendo needs to protect its properties, but like I said, there are smarter ways than just using the hammer every time.


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