It appears as if Nintendo’s ongoing struggle with YouTubers is destined to continue; the company recently hit the prominent YouTuber Joe Vargas, more commonly known as Angry Joe, with a copyright claim on his video titled “Angry Joe Plays Mario Party 10!”, and Vargas has since responded with another video, which he claims is the “Final Nintendo Video” on his YouTube channel, confirming the decision on Twitter.

Do you side with Joe Vargas, or do you think Nintendo is doing the right thing to protect its intellectual property? Leave a comment with your thoughts!

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