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Is the defective by designs campaign really relevant to 3dbrew? Should it really be on the news page? --Matthew 06:27, 13 May 2011 (CEST)

I believe so. Homebrew appears to be a primary target of the Nintendo 3DS EULA and any bricking efforts Nintendo may implement.--Winmaster 17:29, 13 May 2011 (CEST)

It shouldn't be there. This wiki is for cataloging up to date knowledge about the 3ds hardware/software and any development efforts. It is not a bulletin board or a place to solicitate anything - even if its related to the 3DS platform.

It's also myth and wrong/misinformation. Another reason we shouldn't be hosting or "spreading" it.

The only argument I've read about that was referencing a statement in the user manual that says something about "interruption of service". There's a service associated with the 3ds. How do you think you get your updates and notifications. Apparently someone believed it meant they're going to "brick" your 3ds. Don't believe everything you come across plz. Do your own homework and check for it up yourself.

Don't spread misinformation if you don't know either.

I feel sorry for the one getting those paper bricks ( if the page isn't shut down first ) because he's not responsible for some kid misreading their user manual elsewhere in the world or the lame trends they started, instead of asking somebody else that would have known better. Someone studying law maybe. Not like gbatemp/wiki I guess. >_>

Jl12 20:39, 14 May 2011 (CEST)

What about crown3ds? Is it a fake?--Lazymarek9614 19:30, 16 September 2011 (CEST)

Why would it be a fake? Crown3DS's website is 50% finished. Fake flashcards never let you know when their website will be completed. --Kiddyshaq34 19:36, 16 September 2011 (BST)

For me the video on their page seems to be a fake. It looks like starting a normal SplinterCell3D with its extern hardware (just put the chips on another board). Maybe it's a fake, but I'm not sure.--Lazymarek9614 20:52, 16 September 2011 (CEST)

It look's pretty fake. And like Lazymarek9614 said, they probably just have the ROM chip from the Splinter Cell cartridge stuck on another board. Also it's directly promoting piracy, so it doesn't belong here. --CHR15x94 21:26, 16 September 2011 (CEST)