Awesome / Donkey Kong

  • Nintendo got a real life CMOA when Universal prosecuted over copyright infringement of King Kong. They wanted to take down the games company, and saw demanding royalties and Donkey Kong pulled from the market would do it. Nintendo agreed to help and conducted research into the case, before the head honchos met. Nintendo offered partnership. Universal refused, certain the Japanese based company would crack. Then Nintendo dropped the bombshell that Universal were themselves be guilty of copyright under the legal brief they handed down (the Kong license is actually free domain) and counter sued for damages, proving once and for all they would be the heavyweights in the gaming and entertainment industry.