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(Kotaku)   Nintendo responds to Toobin controversy by patching out Steve's meat   ( divider line
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2020-10-22 7:46:46 AM  
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Marcos P: I abhor smash bros games

2020-10-22 2:59:14 PM  
3 votes:
I didn't realize it was that controversial.  Who doesn't like a good float?
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2020-10-22 5:58:28 AM  
2 votes:
One day, you're going about your business, working in your blue collar job of excavating and building, and suddenly Nintendo shows up and cuts your cock off.

This is why we need Unions, people.
2020-10-22 10:04:51 AM  
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LowbrowDeluxe: Markus Persson,aka "Notch"-the legendary creator of "Minecraft"-has revealed in a recent blog post that all characters in his game occupy a genderless space.Persson writes that despite the main character being named "Steve," "the Human model is intended to represent a Human Being. Not a male Human Being or a female Human Being, but simply a Human Being."
A short, yet eloquent and insightful post, Persson concludes with, "also, as a fun side fact, it means every character and animal in Minecraft is homosexual because there's only one gender to choose from."

And then Notch turned...problematic.
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