Recently, Nintendo announced the first Persona 5 Joker trailer in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which came with the new update 3.0, which brings a map editor to the game. And, as you might imagine, 5th grade never dies and fans have already filled the library of levels made by players with scenarios in the format of, say, male genitalia. Or in the good old Portuguese: .
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Like any publisher who gives fans creative power, erotic creations are certainly part of the catalog. Apparently the map maker for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has an algorithm that prevents the creation of certain formats to avoid this kind of thing, but it seems that it is not working. So, you can find many results like these:
– Josie (@Josieokami) April 18, 2019
JUST NADE THE FIRST EVER DICK STAGE IN SMASH ULTIMATE. SO PROUD OF MYSELF THANK YOU JESUS pic.twitter.com/jWjfLAyGGm
– euphoric (@euphorizer_) April 18, 2019
Super Smash Bros Ultimate was a mistake pic.twitter.com/HccWGjksCt
– Ant is short for Antthew ™ (@AnAntTM) April 18, 2019
The dicks in space I made is 4 steel dicks in a square shape. The two on the bottom rotate and the bottom right rotates when you hit the level. pic.twitter.com/V7p1yHZxE5
– FlatHead #ScorbunnySquad (@PaRappathegamer) April 18, 2019
Guys guys GUYS Smash bros DLC hasn’t even been out 2 hours and yall ALREADY DRAWING DICKS IN STAGE BUILDER pic.twitter.com/WKFCY4JOlZ
– L – Canucks (@CanucksHouse) April 18, 2019
So many dicks … pic.twitter.com/AjcLTogGjw
– Bad Smash Ultimate Stages (@BadCustomStages) April 18, 2019
Explain this then pic.twitter.com/pEcHesE8eW
– scum (@scumgnar) April 18, 2019
– UnskilledJohn (@UnskilledJohn) April 18, 2019
I’ve seen lmao pic.twitter.com/fjY73iUfE4
– firekillerxx (@firekiller___) April 18, 2019
– B @ rry (@TendoRad) April 18, 2019
As you might imagine, the fun seems to have no limits and continues to grow. It is not yet clear why the algorithm does not stop these creations. So far, Nintendo has not commented on a curatorship or anything that prevents the publication of levels like these (which is very bad for a game with a 10-year age rating).
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now available for Nintendo Switch.