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/ˈpaɪ rət/ n.

  1. A scurvy buccaneer, ie Blackbeard, Zack (and Wiki), or Balthier, who plunders at sea (or air), commonly attacking merchant vessels and often pillaging port towns and indulging in the company of tavern wenches.
  2. One who breaks intellectual property laws by reproducing protected works without permission (see piracy)
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It’s a tough market. DS is the most successful platform ever, but all my kids’ friends at school have a DS with an R4. They have 100 games for no money. So yes, the market has collapsed for the DS and Wii...We had a lot of product, and the average quality of a game on DS and Wii is very, very bad. So in the mind of the consumer today, to buy a DS or Wii game is to buy a game that isn’t very good.

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Australian fined $1.6m for uploading New Super Mario Bros Wii

BlogAn Australian named James Burt illegally uploaded New Super Mario Bros. Wii to the internet on November 6 2009, 6 days before the November 12 release date. The Federal Court of Australia case settled outside of court for Burt to pay Nintendo $1.5m (AUD) in damages as well as $100,000 in court costs. Read on

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