Recently, a group of hackers succeeded in leaking Pokémon Sun and Moon digital copies, right before their official release. Of course, acting this way is not accepted by Nintendo. The company has finally decided to act against Pokémon Sun and Moon pirates.
In fact, Pokémon Sun and Moon pirates are being punished by Nintendo so they can’t connect online. Every time they try to enter the eShop or playing online, the system blocks them, preventing access to any digital content.
The only solution seems buying a new 3DS, but I don’t think it’s recommended.
We will have more update for you in the story as it develops.
On a related subject, since Pokémon Sun and Moon was announced, a lot of information about these games have been revealed. This may seem a strange choice, so speaking with gamesTM, producer Junichi Masuda has revealed why so much content has been showed until this moment.
Yeah, the series has been through a lot of changes with this game, but one thing we’re aware of is that previously, you’ve been able to keep excitement just by saying one or two things about the game and people remained excited. Nowadays, people lose their interest way easily than in the past as a news becomes something old just after you read it. We want to try keeping people interested with this continual release of new information, hoping the will be after these games once they get released.
What do you think about this move? Is really that necessary to keep releasing so much content about the game even before its release?
Pokémon Sun and Moon are scheduled to release on November 18, 2016 for Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS.