It was recently news that the video game Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl gave a great welcome to Jenny Wakemana character from the old school of Nickelodeonwho was the protagonist of the cartoon The Teenage Robot, and would now be a playable character within the title; then, after this launch had been completed and everything seemed to be going correctly, it was not completely so, since when using the fighter, a reference to one of the darkest episodes of the character appears among her dialogues, which began to circulate through social networks quickly.
Now, just like the rest of the title fighters Jenny Wakemandrops a series of varied lines of dialogue during the pre-combat stage, which is quite common that among those sequences, some easter eggs that fans who grew up with cartoons notice and appreciate, but in the case of Jennycould be counterproductive.
So, a text from the most recent character of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl may have some dark implications, which is why the developers will remove it in an update coming soon, even though there’s nothing wrong with the line itself, but, Jenny Makemanwhich is also known as XJ-9you can say the following: “You wouldn’t like my brain! It is pure circuit and metal”.
Despite seeming like just another sentence, everything takes a strange sinister turn when we discover that a modified version of the previous line makes an appearance in an adult parody starring the robot, Specifically, the dialogue replaces the word “brain” por “body”; and because the text can quickly become associated with parody, the studio behind Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl made the decision to remove it, as announced by its developer Thaddeus Crews via twitter:
“Wow, I was shocked. While it is dialogue from the cartoon, it has unfortunate implications. We will remove it.” commented the creative; so now it remains to wait for the characters to arrive: Hugh Neutron Y Rockostay away from any possible controversy.