121TrueWiiMasterMon 25th Aug 2014 ejvirzi wrote: Obviously, for the most part, we can't really come to any agreement here. If BoI is really just based on hate, then I agree it probably shouldn't be on the eShop, but if it is serious critique, even if you think it is hurtful, then Nintendo should allow it on the platform. Obviously it is Nintendo's prerogative to put it up or not given they are a private company. They wouldn't censor it because they find it hurtful, but rather because they don't want to upset a vocal portion of their customers, a business decision. Also, if people have to say they are christian, even if they are not, would point to how christianity is a source of power and is not being oppressed in America. In other words, a politician has to be seen as part of the privileged group rather than an outsider. Anyway, no hurt feelings. It will be interesting to see if it ends up on the eShop or not. Whether it's a critique or not, it's still unnecessarily insulting. If the developer wanted to critique Christianity, he could have done a much better job without his blatant, hateful insults. I think Nintendo would block it even if the majority of their customers weren't Christian. Put another way, I think they would also block a game that attacks Muslims, homosexuals, or other minorities. They aren't in the market of offending people, regardless of whether it would cost them money or not. First, I'd say that people just prefer to vote for people they think have the same beliefs they do. It has nothing to do with Christianity being a source of power or privilege. And second, Christians aren't privileged. Everyone enjoys equal religious rights, and laws do not favor Christianity. I am the TrueWiiMaster! Those who call the Wii casual BEWARE!