40°
Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 871d ago | opinion piece

Binding of Isaac creator: Nintendo rejection shows internal divisions over company's image

Arstechnica:
When Binding of Isaac developer Edmund McMillen tweeted last week that Nintendo had rejected a planned Nintendo 3DS version of the game over "questionable religious content," many weren't surprised. After all, a game about a religiously fanatic mother who hears a voice from God telling her to kill her son doesn't really fit in the same family-friendly box as the kind of Mario and Pokemon games Nintendo is best known for. (3DS, Edmund McMillen, Nintendo, The Binding of Isaac)
Tipsed by: Emilio_Estevez

ronin4life  +   871d ago
You hear that? He said to leave Nintendo and each other alone.
^_^

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

New Photos from Halo: Nightfall

7m ago - Microsoft has released a huge selection of new photos from the upcoming web series Halo: Nightfal... | Culture
40°

Make it a (Virtual) Reality: X-Men

7m ago - VRFocus - VRFocus has talked about the possibilities of virtual reality (VR) superhero videogames... | PC

SNES A Day 61: Garry Kitchen's Super Battletank: War in the Gulf

7m ago - The quote on the cover of Garry Kitchen’s Super Battletank: War in the Gulf is adorable: “…looks... | Retro

Tales of Figures of Lloyd, Sorey and Alisha Will Be At The Summer Wonder Festival 2014

9m ago - AbyssalChronicles: "Prototypes of Tales figures of Lloyd, Sorey and Alisha will be exhibited at t... | GameCube
Ad

Xbox One Game Release Dates

Now - For the most up-to-date release date info for Xbox One games check VGReleases.com | Promoted post

Firefly Online Gameplay Trailer Focuses on Captains

10m ago - Definitely shiny. There still isn’t a whole lot of information on this mobile MMO, but the end of... | PC
Related content from friends