Nintendo has issued a new code of conduct and hopes companies will follow Protect the animals, And the company seems to be very dissatisfied with all the “political islands” that appear in the game.
Many of the newly released codes of conduct reiterate the rules that gamers have established-“Don’t deceive others” and “Do not exceed the age rating” have always existed-but there are some interesting new features out there.
Nintendo requires organizations and companies that use games for marketing purposes to “avoid bringing politics into the game.” In this regard, Nintendo pointed out that any content deemed “vulgar, discriminatory or offensive” should also be avoided. Island life simulator.
Previously, US representative Alexander Ocasio, Cortez had used Animal Crossing in her message, and there was a notorious Biden Island, the president-elect team used to encourage young people to advance to the 2020 US presidential election The voters among the people participated.
Nintendo seems to want to avoid political worries. Maybe it’s because the publisher sees it as something like a kid-friendly game.
The updated code of conduct also states that you must not use “New Horizons” as a marketing platform to direct people to activities or activities outside of the game (including directing people to sales pages, distributing coupons, sweepstakes, gifts, and requiring consumer attention Social network) service account, collect customer information or other invitation activities)”.
Nintendo did provide a small opt-out clause, but pointed out: “Any commercial use of the game beyond the rules stipulated here is only allowed with Nintendo’s express written permission.” So maybe Biden (Biden) The Harris team has obtained explicit permission to keep its island gates open to the voting public.
At the time of writing, Biden’s island is still open to tourists. You can also see AOC playing games on Twitch from time to time.