Nintendo were brought in by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after seventeen people complained that one of the Wii commercials featuring a montage of games was "violent, offensive and disturbing".
Most emphasis was placed on the Red Steel segment, where a man uses the Wiimote to slash opponents on screen with a sword.
Sensibly the ASA threw out the complaints, since no sane person would be offended by the ad.
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