An otherwise innocuous Nintendo U.K. tweet is earning sass and speculation from fans due to its incredibly poor timing. The account asked fans to shout out their favorite song from a certain Nintendo franchise, and because of the recent Nintendo music bans, it’s a little harder to listen to those right now than it used to be. “What’s your favourite piece of music from the Legend of Zelda series?” Nintendo U.K. asked on Twitter. Unfortunately for whoever manages that social media account, no amount of adorably British misspellings of the word “favorite” could make fans forget the company’s most recent crackdown on Nintendo game music-focused YouTube channels. Twitter user yochili_ replied to the tweet, saying “i could link you if it was still on youtube.” Others, like newruinslevel, replied with similar statements. ALSO: Capcom banned Street Fighter player Gllty over sexual harassment complaints One user, linkvron on Twiter, even speculated that Nintendo U.K. could be fishing for links to Nintendo music so the company can take it down. While this is probably unlikely, it’s hard to deny that the tweet’s timing is odd, to say the least. Nintendo has a long history of taking legal action against console modders, ROM… Read full this story
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