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In keeping up with the times, Nintendo Europe has published a public service announcement informing its faithful readers about the dangers of modification microchips, known on the street as mod chips. Mothers, lock up your daughters, this could get serious. As explained by the article, mod chips can...

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April 24, 2007 at 10:52AM
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Everybody's favorite far-reaching, possibly free speech-infringing law, the DMCA, is being put to use again for busting down on Divineo, a seller of mod-chips. Sony has slapped them with a $9 million lawsuit for selling the chips, along with HDLoader, which allows a PS2 to rip games and store them t...

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Jason Jones, the upstanding proprietor of one ACME Game Store, thought he was experiencing just another day in the booming, illegally modded Xbox retail market (and not the coyote-pandering dynamite and rocket shoes market, as you may have incorrectly anticipated). Little did he know that his latest...

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The curious minds behind that DVD firmware hack are giving interviews. Xboxic had a  chit chat with hacker Robinsod and posted a helpful summary of what they learned: The hack is completely unfit to be applied to a modchip. Anyone selling a modchip based on this is a scammer. Trying to...

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