Sooo, don't click on such links?
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We have? Please list them... That is explicitly against the rules... Perhaps you need to refresh yourself on them.
I hate to be "that guy" but I thought sort of hack wasn't permitted?
Yes, but what if the only changes were made on player sprites? For example, Elf Kong: "This is a really simple, and kinda lame, Donkey Kong hack which replaces the Mario sprite and palette with an Elf." How does this get approved? It only changed Mario to an Elf. Nothing extensive was made; not even the titlescreen was changed to "Elf Kong".
What if Luigi got a color fix? Will it get approved just by changing the color palette, like Luigi Color Fix: "This patch changes the colors of Luigi’s palette to the one he had in the Game Boy Color version of this game, I couldn’t change his fire palette because Mario and Luigi both share the same fire palette."? The noteworthy change in this hack is only the palettes of Luigi. How special is that for only a palette hack?
Most of my point in that is to shut up all of the people going "there are no games on it!"
It's fun because I use my DS almost exclusively to play GBA games (with the advantage of a better LCD), and I also use my PS2 half of the time for PS1 games (there is no real advantage over a PS1 though).
I don't really see why this is even an event? They're not stopping people doing anything, all that's happening is that the youtube content blah-de-blah algorithm is detecting that it contains Ninty(tm) content, and splashing an ad up first? Why is this a pitchforks and torches event? Ads on youtube have been around forever.