Philips wants to see Nintendo in court, and no, it's not for a round of Mario Tennis.
The company claims Nintendo has infringed a number of its patents in the Wii and the Wii U, and has submitted a claim in the US calling for a cease on sales of both consoles.
One patent Nintendo allegedly stepped on dates back to 1996 and is listed as for a "Virtual Body Control Device", referring to the way the consoles replicate real-life action in-game.
Another alleged infringement involves the way in which the Wii remote is used to communicate with the console by pointing it at the screen.
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Philips said that it told Nintendo about these patents back in 2011. Now it wants to get the red plumber and his pals on trial by jury.
We've requested a comment from Nintendo and will let you know its position as soon as we hear more.
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Via Nintendo Life