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I assume these people went online with super overpowered Pokemon or unobtainable shiny Pokemon. If something is detecting that game saves are tampered with I’m sure hackers will find a way around that as usual. It seems like The Pokemon Company is really cracking down on hacking.
The bans occur in waves and there is no telling if players are in for another round before the games’ release. The Pokémon Company and Nintendo haven’t been too vocal about those who got Pokémon Sun & Moonearly or by ill-gotten means, but apparently punishments are being meted out.
They are casual players, shiny hunters and breeders (Personally, I’m a breeder). The entire process can take up to multiple hours, sometimes hatching as much as 70 eggs to get that perfect Pokémon.
Nintendo’s actions aren’t completely without precedent. Back in 2009, Microsoft banned hundreds of thousands of Xbox Live accounts that it determined were using mod chips to play pirated games or cheat online. This is the second wave of players being banned from online play; In January nearly 6,000 players were banned from online play for using hacked Pokémon. While the Pokémon company will never be able to ban every cheater in the game, hopefully, these bans will discourage players from hacking in their Pokémon. Many players have admitted to using hacked Pokémon in competitive play, which is highly looked down upon because it bypasses the time it takes to breed that competitive Pokémon that I and other players bred legally.
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I’ve definitely used Action Replay/Game Shark on all Pokemon games at some point. Usually I NES roms do it when I buy the second version of the game to speed through.
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Now it’s having an impact on online play in the worst way possible; by crashing players’ games. If you hack you should respect those who don’t and play offline anyways. I’m all for messing with your game as long as it doesn’t hurt other’s experience with it.
Some players are reporting that their 3DS consoles have been locked out of online services, across all games. This affects both your Nintendo Network ID as well as your individual console.
Not many players say that they have that kind of time, so they use hacked Pokémon, Pokémon created online battle ready and sent to the 3DS via PkHex or Powersaves. People who use hacked Pokémon in online play are known as cheaters within the Pokémon community. The inclusion of Z-moves intoPokemon Sun and Moon play was an odd one to this former Gen II player. The PP system seems to make enough sense that a once-per-match attack that draws upon a move’s current PP would needlessly complicate the online meta, while making single-player play a breeze.