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Leaks from Nintendo’s archives are starting up again

Posted on September 30, 2020 by (@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News

Have you recovered from the last round of Nintendo leaks? You know, the ones involving a whole bunch of N64 discoveries, Pokemon Diamond/Pearl beta sprites, proposals for a portable GameCube with dock and powerful GameCube successor, and cancelled Game Boy titles (just to name a few). Well, the leaks are starting up yet again.

The latest leaks include a host of different material. They’re related to Pokemon Mystery Dungeon ROMs, Pokemon Ranger ROMs, 3DS tools, and Famicom Disk System lotcheck master ROMs.

What might be most interesting of the bunch of the IRIS SDK. Technically, this is something we’ve known about previously, but haven’t had a whole lot of information about. The cancelled Game Boy Advance SP successor would have featured a dual CPU, the same 3D GPU as the DS, no second screen, no X Y buttons, no touchscreen, no Wi-Fi, and no mic.

It’ll be interesting to see if anything else comes out about IRIS that’s actually new. In the meantime, we’ve rounded up other findings from today’s leaks below.


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