I feel like when I said "trivial" it was a generalization, as I forgot what I said and I'm too tired to look back since the "replies" thing doesn't show my post.
EDIT: OH! I meant games are trivial! Not these specific thing, complaining about games versus real world censoring. Like censoring the news. I feel like, compared to other things, games are so unimportant to get worked up about.
Regardless, I don't mean to say cutting an entire side thing and swapping a class is trivial, but it still isn't a huge thing to me, as the petting is optional to begin with and I really wasn't interested in Tomahawk class (and I am not interested in the new class either).
Similar to how the edited games weren't your cup of tea, the things they are editing are things I was either not going to use or would barely use.
I think I would be more upset when I was in High School, but I have moved on. This is in regards to costume edits, not the Fates/BD stuff.
And honestly, I like the costumes we got in Fatal Frame MORE than the originals. Mostly because I like Zelda and Metroid, but I feel like the ZSS costume is actually more revealing, despite being fully clothed.
It boils down to Nintendo protecting people they don't need to. They cover their asses, but there are ways to do that without sacrificing content.
That said, EVERYWHERE makes edits sometimes, but usually it is violence-related, not sex.
As for the sensitive people, oddly enough they are a double edged sword. They sometimes get more things or keep things in too. I honestly think this has more to do with parents taking it the wrong way (the petting), because T or not, parents WILL buy it for kids and WILL blame Nintendo.
The tomohawk thing and the convo are definitely sensitive people, and it is dumb that we can't just have things be real, but eh. Hope for better luck next time.
Nintendo's only going to see sales as a decline of interest in Fire Emblem if it does poorly unless everyone is vocal and it stirs up news stories painting them as a bad guy, but I think that is a losing battle, because a lot of people didn't want these or don't care enough.