In addition to the Nintendo Switch modifications, the defendants were also allegedly selling a modified version of Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition console.
The defendants also allegedly included pirated copies of games, including the as-yet-unreleased Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with their modified consoles.
The complaint alleges that the defendants modified and sold more than 100 Switch consoles and “derived substantial profit and financial benefit.”
According to the complaint, Euskaldunak had a page on the sales website OfferUp in which he would sell “modification services” for Nintendo Switch consoles.
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