Nintendo is well known for producing toys for the peasantry popular game consoles and beloved franchises. Many people immediately equate video games to Nintendo properties, and characters like Mario, Boy Zelda, and Samus have withstood the test of time. Nintendo often strives for inclusiveness, trying to create products for the unwashed proletariat masses whole family. However, it seems that inclusiveness only goes so far... The Escapist While definitely an improvement on their original reaction, it's still rather unfortunate. Now to be entirely fair, the same-sex marriage bit wasn't originally intended to be in the game; it was a glitch (and a wonky one at that - female characters couldn't get married, and male characters could get pregnant). Still, surely it could have been fixed and let be? Plus, let's be honest here, Nintendo's language is a bit disheartening. I mean, last I checked, it's the 21st century. About time we get over this, no? Really, it's just kind of a shock. I thought Nintendo was totally down with two guys doing the plumbing! Guess I thought wrong.