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Garry’s Mod is taking down decades of Nintendo-related add-ons

A screenshot from Garry’s Mod
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The popular physics sandbox game Garry’s Mod is pulling all of its Nintendo-related add-ons following copyright takedown requests from the gaming giant. On Wednesday, the developers of Garry’s Mod made a post on Steam saying users “may have noticed that certain Nintendo related workshop items have recently been taken down,” adding that “this is not a mistake,” as the takedowns came from Nintendo.

“Honestly, this is fair enough. This is Nintendo’s content and what they allow and don’t allow is up to them,” the post reads. “They don’t want you playing with that stuff in Garry’s Mod — that’s their decision, we have to respect that and take down as much as we can. This is an ongoing process, as we have 20 years of uploads to go through.”

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