Nintendo cracking down on importers

Retailers caught selling imported games in European countries will no longer be able to sell Nintendo products.

According to a report on UK site Ferrago, Nintendo has started to crack down on European retail outlets that are selling Nintendo products and games that have been imported from North America and Asia. Nintendo is reportedly having cease and desist orders issued to such retailers, and it has announced that any retailer that is found selling imported hardware or software will no longer be able to officially sell Nintendo products.

News source: GameSpot

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