Nintendo will cut offensive imagery from 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate'


It removed the feather and loincloth. Ultimate an experience that is both welcoming and fun for everyone.

Nintendo is working on five sets for the game that each contain a fighter, a stage and several music tracks at $6 each.

Controversy can come in the unlikeliest of forms, and in this case, it comes in the form of a feather on the head of a video game character.

It looks as though Nintendo will do the same with Super Smash Bros. "Ultimate" fighter after fans say the design is offensive to Native Americans, Eurogamer reports.

Original: Best Buy's Nintendo Switch Kiosks will soon have a playable demo of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's Mr. Game & Watch character.

So far, the Native American version of Mr. Game & Watch's attacks referenced an offensive depiction of Native Americans. Ultimate Japanese live-stream that aired following a recent Nintendo Direct, Mr.

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'The original game was released more than three decades ago and does not represent our company values today.

Sakurai also made a separate tweet asking politely for the internet not to dogpile his team with requests, stating that he appreciates the fanbase's passion but would like people to not flood him with requests unless they specifically ask for it.

We pretty much knew Smash Bros.

Super Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai recently confirmed the DLC line-up for Ultimate has been completed, following the reveal of first character Piranha Plant.

This obviously doesn't make it okay that the company willingly released something so ugly at the time, but at least it's recognizing that, even in a nostalgia-fest like Smash Bros, there are some parts of the company history that no longer belong at this party.