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What happens to the developer studio of a game that makes an exploit possible on a console?
Often with consoles to be able to softmod them, some legitimately acquired game is required that provides an exploit such that the whole console can be modded, possibly resulting in the owner installing hundreds of illegally obtained copies of games.
Can the creator of the console (i.e Nintendo) sue the creator of a game (i.e Konami) which provides an exploit to mod the whole console?