Fans find creative ways to communicate their thoughts to Nintendo.
Nintendo fans are opposed to the recent decision to block the soundtracks of many of the biggest games, including The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Super Mario 64, and Mario Kart Wii, by trolling on social media.
As Screenrant (thanks, Nintendo Life) found, fans noticed that the soundtrack was pulled back a few days ago. Nintendo has the absolute right to do this, but it doesn’t explain why it’s forced to remove music from YouTube, nor does it provide an alternative place for fans to listen to their favorite tracks.
In response, players dug up an old tweet from last year’s Nintendo UK to let them know about their favorite song from The Legend of Zelda series.
Who made this edit? You are flooding my house with facts, spittin. pic.twitter.com/cOhkrw7F4O
— KH | Future (@ Future2KH) December 9, 2020
There is no doubt that ELO’s Mr. Blue Bky is a complete GOAT banger, but sadly it’s not comparable to the music Zelda fans are looking for. However, the above edits tell us how many fans are struggling to make a decision and how they are trying to tell Nintendo exactly how they feel about it.
This is growing on me pic.twitter.com/R6QYp4ll6a
—? Deck ????? s ??? (@Floorcina) December 10, 2020
Nintendo has not yet publicly commented on the situation.