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Nintendo banned from selling some controllers

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Posted July 23, 2008 by admin in Consoles

However, if the ban were to be issued, it would not take effect until after a Nintendo appeal on the original ruling was resolved. Nintendo could also avoid the ban by posting a bond or putting royalties into an escrow account, according to Bloomberg.

The original suit sought to have Nintendo’s Wii Classic Controller, Wii Nunchuk, GameCube controller, and GameCube WaveBird all deemed in violation of an Anascape patent for a “six degrees of freedom” interface device. A jury found that all of those products, with the exception of the Wii Nunchuk, infringed on Anascape’s patent.

Microsoft was also named as a defendant in the suit, but settled out of court before it went to trial



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