Nintendo removes detail of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate after being labeled as racist



Nintendo was accused of including racist dyes in a video game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate due to the character Mr. Game & Watch, a console symbol with the same name.

Everything happened last weekend when the user was a forum Resetera accused Nintendo to include the racial movement into that character. In fact, when controlling the attack Mr. Game & Watch refers to the cruel war between cowboys and native Indians of the United States. The image shows a pen and fire attack when trying to resume a video game Fire attack consoles Game and tracking of 1982.

Because of this, Nintendo contacted the media Source games to clarify its position. Nintendo says they did not take these details into account and will remove it from the next game, which will be released in December.

"Nintendo plans to update Super Smash Bros. Ultimate remove the pen from the silhouette Mr. Game & Watch. The original game on which the figure is represented was launched more than three decades ago, and today it is not the value of our company.
We sincerely regret that this change was not recorded in our marketing material and we continue to work to make Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has become an experience that is all enjoyable and entertaining. "

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be available for Nintendo Switch from December 7thThis is the most ambitious delivery of the saga and will include all the characters that have gone through the franchise.

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