Or you can’t write a sequel to a book either, because characters and such are copyrighted. I can’t write my own Harry Potter book and straight-up call him Harry Potter (well I can, that’s what fanfiction is, but you know what I mean). Similarly, the individual elements of a video game are copyrighted works. The 3d models, the music, the story, and streaming typically includes that.
Nintendo have always been really, really insistent that the only version of their games people get to see is the version they made. I wish it wasn’t the case. Melee is a game they no longer even sell, so what do they really have to lose if people play it emulated or modded?
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