Nintendo are looking to police Wi-Fi Connection users more stringently, starting by banning all Miis using a Hitler name. Up until this point, Hitlers have been rife, causing possible offense to many.
Apparently it's still ok to have a Mii bearing the resemblance, but using the name is a no-no. This does raise the question, what if your name genuinely is Hitler?
Schnell ya later.
Is it about time Nintendo did this? Are they taking censorship too far? Ye be the judge.
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