Sadly, the unofficial fan project Pokémon Prism has been shut down just days before it was due to launch to the public. The news was shared by the ROM hack creator who was ready to launch Pokemon Prism in four days time. A document received cites both Pokémon Prism and Pokémon Brown as a violation of Nintendo’s intellectual property rights.
“Pokemon Prism has been cancelled. Thank you all for your support throughout the years. I’m sorry it ended like this. I will make a longer statement regarding this soon, but expect this page to be shutdown in a few days.”
The following is a document from Nintendo:
“Nintendo understands that you are a fan of its original products and its Pokémon franchise,” the letter reads. “Whilst this is appreciated, it unfortunately does not alter Nintendo’s important role to ensure that all of its valuable intellectual property is fully protected and that there is no use made of any of its intellectual property rights without proper supervision and authorisation.”
Thanks to PKtheHedgehog and KrisKomet