Yes, some of you diehard retro gamers may remember that the original 'Halo' game was actually on the Nintendo Entertainment System and was a registered copyright of Nintendo R&D1. However the game got abismal sales and was lost in Nintendo's back catalogues of their poorer products - several million unsold copies of 'Zombies Ate my Neighbours' are also rumored to line these not-so-hallowed halls of Nintendo's main offices in Japan.
A certain Mr. Fred Gamelot stumbled across this stark reminder being one of the few people to play the game. He claimed to have been "shocked" yet "pleased" to find that such a great "gaming title had original been made by Nintendo" and felt "ashamed to think that he had believed that a company of Microsoft's standards" had invented such "novel gaming".
Here we can see a reference image of the original cartridge that Fred found whilst cleaning out what he described as an "everyday dirt mess in an urban ghetto"
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Mr. Gamelot has been in contact with Nintendo of America over this blatant breach of both trademarked name, and gameplay style, the original 'Halo' was dubbed to be a "fine top-down-shooter, innovative game that brings whole new levels of violence into the home, graphically, it can't get much better than this" by an independent games magazine.
NoA have still yet to release an official press statement, but it seems highly likely that a court case could be go - another item to stand alongside Nintendo's impressive legal history of shutting down porn sites because they may offend Nintendo product consumers, closing down established sites in fear that they might one day sell up shop and cash in on Nintendo trademarks, attacking piracy in China - causing a mental nightmare for all of China's up and coming script kiddies.
Indeed, what a revelation in gaming this has turned out to be. We look forward to seeing Nintedo's response to how they forgot about this title and how an "emo" child from a sub-urban gangbang may be charging them a hefty commission for his findings.