Nintendo issued an ambiguous statement to Eurogamer, but the company didn't confirm whether the 3DS has some form of killswitch. "We do not discuss product security details (for obvious reasons), nor can we discuss the details of countermeasures available in the Nintendo 3DS system," a spokesperson said. "Nintendo 3DS has the most up-to-date technology. The security has been designed to protect both the creative works in the software and to protect the Nintendo 3DS hardware system itself."
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