Nintendo fans are no strangers to quirky in-game glitches and Easter eggs, but a recent incident involving The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has raised eyebrows and sparked controversy in the gaming community.
The glitch in question involves an NPC that appears in the game, who can be tormented using an “Ultra Hand” toy item that was released by Nintendo in the 1960s. The item is not intended to be used in the game, and its presence in Tears of the Kingdom has led many to speculate that it was added intentionally as a hidden Easter egg for fans to discover.
Players have reported that using the Ultra Hand on the NPC causes them to glitch out and display erratic behavior, including screaming, flailing their arms, and teleporting around the game world. While some players have found the glitch amusing and have shared videos of their exploits on social media, others have criticized the behavior as disrespectful and inappropriate.
Many fans of the Zelda series have expressed concern that the glitch could be seen as promoting bullying and have called on Nintendo to remove the Ultra Hand from the game or patch the glitch. Others have argued that the glitch is harmless and that players should be free to experiment and explore the game world as they see fit.
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