Finally raise the banhammer.
For many years Nintendo had persecuted and criticized created by YouTube community. The reason was simple and persuasive: the company blocked virtually any content containing characters without discrimination. Even if it was a review.
At that time, the company was asked to adjust its foreclosure policies; and finally he heard us. Nintendo just published on its official website simple content guide.
There, video makers, mainly YouTube, will be able to get to know the parameters so they can post their content without risk of losing monetization. Or at least that's what Nintendo says:
While you are observing some of the basic rules, we do not oppose the use of game sequences and / or screenshots in the games; from which Nintendo owns the copyrights of the content you create to allow relevant sites to share videos and images.
Nintendo had previously not blocked the compulsory participation of authors parallel registration platform. If the company had absolute control over who could monetize their videos.
Now the company will be integrated YouTube partner manager program. Which would theoretically eliminate these arbitrary blocks.
Yes, the condition is that each video or product is integrated "creative approach". Are there any comments, additional animations or sequences to enrich the video and make it your own.
In other words, if youtubers are just repeating Nintendo game sequences, you can block them. Like the old good days.