Nintendo has issued an apology for "failing to include same-sex relationships in Tomodachi Life", its forthcoming life sim game. Tomodachi Life has already been out for a while in Japan but is releasing worldwide to 3DS next month. It will allow gamers to create Miis that will live out their lives, including dating and marrying, in their games. The controversy has been rumbling on for some time after a patch issued to the Japan market removed the possibility of Miis having same-sex relationships with each other. Nintendo then responded to the glitch by issuing a patch to fix the "bug", removing the possibility of the male Miis forming same-sex relationships. Nintendo then sought to explain that there really was no controversy at all but rather just a big misunderstanding.
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The game received positive reviews and good sales records. Many reviewers praised the gameplay, but criticised the minigames. The game begins with the player naming their island and creating or importing their personal Mii , who is referred to as the player's "look-alike" and lives in an apartment building. The building holds up to Miis.
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