- Jul 5, 2018
So is it still just one stage affected? Not gonna lie, this is starting to look a little hoax-y
No, I do understand that Phantom Thief. It's fine to doubt whether or not the supervisor was actually fired, but there are others talking about how this undermines the entire story or how this entire thing is a hoax. That's a bit much for me based off of this newest information
Yeah I don’t think the whole story is suspect at all. Nothing indicates that it is, and Nintendo has often acted poorly in these matters that i would believe it; at the very least, one isolated incident because of mass flagging or a rogue employee are not unlikely either. So I’m entirely sure that the stage was deleted as she claimed originally.No, I do understand that Phantom Thief. It's fine to doubt whether or not the supervisor was actually fired, but there are others talking about how this undermines the entire story or how this entire thing is a hoax. That's a bit much for me based off of this newest information
I know the poster is banned, but ah yes, the classic "balance" argument.
Alternately: we were told the truth and the only mistake she made was passing on something a stranger told her as definitive fact.
Well, either way there isn’t any controversy because Nintendo didn’t take some anti-trans position nor did they decide to remove other stages based on a political stance. If this really did happen, It was a screw up of a single mod.
"the supervisor did tell me they weren't supposed to be telling me this"
Where would that assumption even come from if not from being made upIt seems like the supervisor getting fired was an assumption, rather than a fact. I wholeheartedly believe everything else was accurate, & it's absolutely disgusting if the supervisor was fired, but I can't tell if that happened or if someone just told the woman they were.
Yeah... Some people will believe what they want to believe.
I believe this 100% And it was a terrible thing to do. Waiting now to see the official response to see if it was a mod going out of bounds or a Nintendo company decision.
This one doesn't make sense to me as it is written. And like Phantom Thief pointed out, that does not mean I think this entire situation is made up. Just that this new update seems odd.
There's not a single employee working at customer service who will ever get the greenlight to talk about an employee's status with the company unless Nintendo themselves talks about it first. She either found out third-hand, or she got lied to."So I know my bosses are listening in, but I'm totally going to get in trouble for doing my job and looking into why your stage got banned while hundreds of other similar ones did not."
The next day...
"Yeah we fired that previous person for doing their job. Oh, we probably shouldn't have told you that... but I'm sure you won't go on twitter and tell everyone."
This story is not adding up anymore...
(edit) wait wait wait... I missed this mixed in with other replies...
None of this is adding up anymore at all.