Nintendo has filed another 1300 copyright strikes against a YouTube channel for sharing music • – Archyworldys

Nintendo is once again targeting YouTube channels streaming soundtracks from its games.

The shutdowns began over a year ago, in December 2020, after Nintendo fans hit back at the decision to ban the soundtracks games like The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Super Mario 64, and Mario Kart Wii by trolling the company on social media.


Of course, as I wrote back in December 2020, Nintendo is perfectly entitled to do so, but once again it hasn’t explained why it’s forcibly removing the music from YouTube, nor offering an alternative place for fans to listen to their favorite tracks .

Gilva Sunner (Thanks, reset era) — who had previously faced similar sweeping copyright bans — woke up to find over 1,300 reports against his channel overnight. The takedown notices included strikes against soundtracks from Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Twilight Princess, and Skyward Sword, as well as Super Smash Bros, Yoshi’s Island, Super Mario Land, Luigi’s Mansion, and more.

The takedowns came despite the channel owner – who acknowledges Nintendo’s right to impose the legal strikes – reports that the videos are not being monetized and they “do not benefit from it”.

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