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Nintendo: Making political statements are for others, we want people to have fun


In a recent edition of the bulletin, The National has spoken of the relationship between video games and politics, signaling the themes of Christian fundamentalism treated in Far Cry 5. Questioned on the subject, Reggie Fils-Aime has said that Nintendo prefers to let its players have fun.

Nintendo of America responds to those who insinuate that the intent of their games is to make policy, rather than entertain and excite their video game players.

In the news of The National, there has been made a comparison between video games and politics, making a quote of Christian fundamentalism, a theme present in Far Cry 5. The president of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils-Aime, in response to the subject, said the following words:

“Making political statements are for other people to do, we want people to smile and have fun when they play our games,” declares the president of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils-Aime. At the bottom of this news we have reported the complete edition of the news (the service dedicated to video games part is at 57:15 minutes).

According to you video games can face with political issues? Or do you prefer the views expressed by the president of Nintendo of America? Let us know about your opinion in the comments below.

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