Nintendo Will Remove Smash Bros. Ultimate's Offensive Depiction Of Native Americans

Ceria Alfonso
Noviembre 8, 2018

Game & Watch was a staple of Nintendo's library in the eighties, and probably has a large repertoire of moves at his disposal. Game & Watch's side smash attack, as shown during a Japanese livestream (approximately 3:39:35), shows the character wearing a feather, referencing an offensive caricature of Native Americans. Game & Watch as a playable fighter. Ultimate in the first place. Mr. Game & Watch was seen holding a torch and sporting a feather on his head-an apparent reference to a 1982 game called Fire Attack in which players defend a wooden fort from Native Americans who mean to burn it down with torches. Ultimate, set to release on December 7, the character Mr.

During last weeks Super Smash Bros. Nintendo has told Eurogamer that it will issue an update which will remove the feather from the silhouette of Mr.

The floodgates are closed, it seems, but that doesn't take away the fact that Super Smash Bros.

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'The original game was released more than three decades ago and does not represent our company values today. Shortly after the live-stream made its rounds on the Internet, some fans were quick to express concerns over what they felt was a racist depiction of Native American culture.

"We sincerely apologize that this change was not noticed in our marketing material and [we] are continuing to make Super Smash Bros". In response to Nintendo's statement, one Twitter user said, "Oh my God. It means the world". The vintage character hails from Nintendo's pre-NES days, when the company was best known for its handheld LCD video games. Viewers of the densely packed Nintendo Direct for the platform fighting game caught a piece of Guile's famous music theme from his game series of origin, and the Ultimate website provided a longer sample.

Taking to Twitter, Sakurai wrote: 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate trailer from June.

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