Massive Nintendo Leak Reveals N64, GCN, Wii Source Code, Much More


Since the last years, the frequency of Nintendo leaks has increased drastically, especially when there is any Pokemon involvement. Recently, we have seen, Gold and Silver prototypes from Nintendo’s Space World 1999 event leaked online. But now, the leaks are rising to the critical level. 

As noticed by a ResetEra thread and various other sources, massive Nintendo leaks are being published to 4chan. These leaks reveal the source code to Nintendo 64, GameCube, and Wii, with some assorted unreleased game demos and multiple other items that are still being explored.

However, the source of the leak is still unknown for now. But there is a possibility of a server hack of BroadOn, the same company that developed software and some hardware for Wii, among other Nintendo consoles. Also, there are some speculations that this leak has been executed from Zammis Clark, otherwise known as Wack0, who hacked Nintendo in 2018.

The leaks have taken place over a number of days, starting with early, non-final Pokemon designs from as far back as the original Game Boy titles. This leak has been marked critical because it revealed some footage of N64 technical demos, Pokemon debug software, prototype images, and more. 

However, the most important part of the leak is, it completely breakdown the  Nintendo Wii. This includes things like OS source code, documentation, and APIs for features, GameCube and iQue documentation, and many more.

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