Nintendo has stepped in once more to save all of us from infringement on the company’s intellectual property. DMCA takedown requests have been made this time to SteamGridDB(opens in new tab), a website that allows you to submit and share custom pictures for use in your Steam game library.

Nintendo has asked SteamGridDB to remove images of Pokémon Scarlet & Violet, Splatoon 3, Super Mario Odyssey, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Xenoblade Chronicles 3, according to GBATemp(opens in new tab) (via GamesRadar(opens in new tab)). Mind you, there were no game-related files hosted on the website: While you couldn’t download ROMs or emulators using Steam, you could get some artwork for those games’ emulated versions from SteamGridDB and add it to your library entry.

But it seems Nintendo found even that to be too much. Since the DMCA notices were submitted, notes stating that the assets have been “removed in response to DMCA takedown notice sent by Nintendo of America Inc.” have been added to each of the pertinent entries on SteamGridDB(opens in new tab).