I turns out the Apple isn't the only company to have offensive content slip through its vetting process. Nintendo's big Christmas hit Animal Crossing: Let's Go To The City has had to be changed at the last minute after reviewers discovered it included a racial slur.
When players discover a character called Baarbara The Sheep, she says to the player: "I almost forgot about you, Nigga. So got any juicy gossip for me, Nigga? Just thinking about it gets me all excited, Nigga."
Animal Crossing is rated 3+ by PEGI (Pan European Game Information) meaning that is designed for gamers aged three-years-old and over
The game takes place in a small town populated by talking animals. The game contains lots of dialogue that has been translated from the original Japanese.
Characters from Nintendo's Animal Crossing game
Nintendo issued a statement that said: "We regret that an offensive phrase was included without our knowledge".
"We sincerely apologise for the incident and are working with media who received the games to return them to Nintendo immediately."
Via: The Telegraph.