In 2017, when LTV changes its logo, VTV illegally sued LTV. in 1989, LTV sold 100,000 units of illegal modified NES which called "LTV Mario" (which called as "Loudlish NES Bootleg" by AVGN) but only have 4 games (SMB, SMB: The Lost Levels (as Super Mario Japan), SMB2 and SMB3), causing Nintendo to sue LTV.
also until 2018, LTV keeps on selling its illegally modified Nintendo consoles, here are the list:
LTV Mario II (LTV's SNES clone but only have Mario games (such as Super Mario World, Yoshi's Island, Super Mario Kart and Super Mario RPG)
LTV Mario Handheld (LTV's Gameboy clone but only have Super Mario Land, Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins and Wario Land) and LTV Mario Handheld Color (LTV's Gameboy Color clone but only have Super Mario Bros. Deluxe)
LTV Mario III (LTV's N64 clone but only have Mario games (such as Super Mario 64, Mario Kart 64 and Mario Party)
LTV Mario Handheld II (LTV's GBA clone but only have 2 Warioware Gamee and Mario games (such as 4 Super Mario Advance games and Mario Party Advance)
LTV Mario 4 (LTV's Gamecube clone but only have Mario games (such as Luigi's Mansion, Super Mario Sunshine and Mario Party 4)
LTV Mario DS (LTV's DS clone but only have Mario games (such as Super Mario 64 DS, New Super Mario Bros, Mario Party DS, Yoshi's Island DS and Mario Hoops 3 on 3), Warioware Touched! and Warioware D.I.Y.)
LTV Mario 5 (LTV's Wii clone but only have Mario games)
LTV Mario 3DS (LTV's 3DS clone but only have Mario games)
LTV Mario 6 (LTV's Wii U clone but only have Mario games)
LTV Mario 7 (LTV's cancelled Nintendo Switch clone, this clone might only have Mario games but cancelled after Nintendo pushed its anti-LTV meassure to its limit to ban LTV from modify Nintendo consoles)
in 2018, LTV plans to releases LTV Mario 7 but got cancelled by Nintendo, causing Nintendo Switch to be officially release in Loudland.