Former president of Nintendo of America files charges against leaker of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
As you know, some users have already been able to access the The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and they spread, through social networks and all kinds of Internet forums, numerous details that could be harmful to those users who least want to know about the title that will be officially available exclusively on Nintendo Switch on May 12th. To discourage a player from sharing spoilers after uploading a screenshot of themselves owning a physical copy of the game, Reggie Fils-Aim, former president of Nintendo of America, posted a message on his account Twitter Employees:
Image of the original tweet. pic.twitter.com/IqeTSYI227 Reggie Fils-Aim (@Reggie) May 3, 2023
“I do not know what you want. What I have is a set of very special skills, skills that I have acquired over the course of a very long career, Skills that make me a nightmare for people like youhe prays tweet by Fils-Aim, who wanted to make a clear reference to it a line of dialogue from Liam Neeson’s character in the film Revenge. It’s worth noting that the former manager no longer works for Nintendo, so he can’t really force the company to take legal action against the user.
A sequel that aims for the highest
“We hardly saw a tiny fraction of all this The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has to offer, but it was more than enough to confirm this Link returns once again to the forefront of the industry. A game that manages to make the simple fact of playing enormously fun, thanks to a world that surprises at every turn and a mechanic that offers us endless possibilities to let our imagination run wild, be it exploring, Solving puzzles or fighting,” we concluded in our first Complete Impressions.