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Players Revolt As Nintendo’s New Life Simulation Game Doesn’t Allow Same-Sex Relationships

09
May
2014

Tomodachi Life is a life simulation game by Nintendo that has already launched in Japan and is set to hit the U.S. and Europe this June. Tomodachi players create a personalized avatar called a \Mii.\ They use the Mii to play games, shop, see celebrities, and form relationships with other players, who you can even go on dates with. If your Mii gets married, you can access an entire new portion of the game: marriage exclusive features. One detail of the game is causing problems for Nintendo, however.

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