Nintendo has changed a controversial scene in the Western version of Fire Emblem: Fates.
The scene in question reportedly sees the female character Soleil struggling with her attraction to other women. The protagonist, presumably trying to help, then uses a “magic powder,” on Soleil, resulting in Soleil seeing men as women, and women as men.
Once the powder wears off, the protagonist can then propose to Soleil.
The storyline struck a chord with players when the game released in Japan. Some feel that Soleil taking a magic powder that ends with her marrying a man is a form of gay conversion, while others see the act of slipping a powder into Soleil’s drink as a form of drugging.