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Does Yarn Yoshi confirm the Miiverse hack was genuine?

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#1 Nintendo 3DS Daily

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Posted 23 January 2013 - 11:58 PM

Or to be more precise, that the games listed on the unused debug menu were real and not just placeholder names Nintendo had included for demo purposes?  Because if you go back a few months, you may remember someone claiming to have hacked Miiverse and the Wii U via some glitch and finding the following list of games:


  1. Super Mario Wii U
  2. Metroid
  3. Zombie
  4. Yoshi’s Land Wii U
  5. FlipNote Studio
  6. Donkey Kong
  7. Wii Fit
  8. Soul Hackers
  9. Resident Evils
  10. Metal Gear Solid
  11. Final Fantasy 3
  12. Dragon Quest 10

Now look at the recent Wii U game announcements, and this list is looking more and more plausible by the day.

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#2 Yuno



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Posted 24 January 2013 - 11:17 PM

Didn't the "hacker" say that the exploit he used was already fixed with an update?

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 11:24 PM

Yes, and he wasn't really a hacker. He pushed two buttons and it popped up. Not like he was looking for it, otherwise he would have likely done more. I saw the thread on GAF when it happened.