Nintendo is Removing Inappropriate Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Levels

Nintendo had to know that when they gave players the ability to create Super Smash Bros. Ultimate levels, some bad creations were gonna get made. Artists and designers have been taking full advantage of the ability to pretty much design whatever you'd like with the packet of assets within the game. To the point where we've got some super edgy designs. We're not going to give you any of the graphical ones showing stuff you'd find on Porn Hub, but here's a few that caught people's attention this week.

The problem many of the stage builders forget is that, much like Super Mario Maker before it, it's still on Nintendo's server when you load it up online. Reports on Twitter and Reddit have been documenting Nintendo's cleanup saying they've had levels removed from the server. Nintendo has yet to ban anyone's account at the moment, most likely in an effort to let people know that getting a level removed for inappropriate content is enough to let them know they messed up. No word about any repeat offenders, but a search of levels on Nintendo Switch Online shows most of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate levels are back to being family friendly. We'll see how long this song and dance continues before Nintendo starts sending in the Ban-Hammer Bros.

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