FBI cracks down on ancient NES game pirates

More than 60,000 pirated copies of Nintendo game consoles were seized Wednesday during raids in New York and New Jersey, prosecutors announced.
Four people were arrested in the crackdown on the theft of popular games such as “Donkey Kong,” “Mario Brothers,” “Duck Hunt,” “Baseball” and others, according to a release by federal authorities and papers filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan.
Newsday.com: Four arrests in crackdown on gaming thieves

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