Nintendo is struggling to contain leaks surround the release of Smash Bros. Ultimate after reports of the game being sold early in Mexico and pirated copies being released online being trawled by data miners for hidden info.
The controversy started Wednesday when someone posted an image of the game’s purported retail packaging. A few days later news began spreading that the game was being sold early and relatively widely at certain Mexican retailers and before long, pirated versions began appearing online.
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