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Nintendo wants to subpoena Discord to find out who leaked its Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom art book

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I'm actually surprised that video game companies haven't taken a harder stance against video game leakers. Now in this instance its just an art book but I'll be sharing my thoughts on gaming leaks in general.

On one hand, its cool for hardcore gamers to get updates on a game. I think most of us understand that its still a work in progress and I find it interesting to look at some alpha footage and over analyze the UI and all the other things that go into it. But I also understand that many companies really don't wanna show something off until their ready.

On a personal level, I never seek out any leaks as I generally like experiencing things first hand without too many spoilers. But I also love to hear super fans extrapolate gameplay mechanics and story events off of screenshots and minor footage. There is even an argument to be made that a good leak drums up some good PR for a game.


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