whoever it is Mario Maker 2 a player will tell you that Twitch is streaming GrandPooBear is one of the biggest game ambassadors. He is not only dedicated to playing, doing and highlighting the top levels of Mario there, but GrandPooBear also makes a tune of introducing new players into the game. But Nintendo seems determined to pursue it.
As early as 2016, Mario's house eliminated every level GrandPooBear did for the first Mario Maker game, although it admits that it has not cheated or violated other visible rules. Based on conversations with Nintendo's representatives, GrandPooBear believed that his courses were downloaded to include the word "Poo", which would be easy enough to fix, except that Nintendo refused to allow him to change the names of levels. It was a mess – and now Nintendo seems to repeat the mistake.
In the beginning of July, GrandPooBear uploads a challenging but affordable course for zero G, which you can see below. That's perfectly normal Mario Maker 2 level. There are no omissions, exploits or dirt in the level.
Today the course is gone. This was one of the most played levels of the Super Expert in the game, as evidenced by the fact that it is most remarkable Mario Maker 2 players popularized it. The reason cited by Nintendo is "harmful or inappropriate content" that does not track the actual upload material. GrandPooBear has no way to challenge this solution.
This is the email I received. There is no appeal process.
I sincerely feel like shit now and somehow overwhelmed. I love this game. I am a good ambassador for this. Why does Nintendo continue to take me? pic.twitter.com/Fp57WPc66b
– GrandPOObear (@GrandPOOBear) July 16, 2019
This time, GrandPooBear does not believe that the capture is happening because of its name, or at least claims that Nintendo representatives have assured him that the word is not a problem. The course in question did not contain the word Poo in it independently. GrandPooBear suggests that he is not in good standing with the Japanese company, as his wider channel sometimes includes windows of ROM hacks and randishers, although this would not explain why this particular Mario Maker 2 the level is down. Nintendo did not respond immediately to a request for a comment, so we can not say for sure.
If Nintendo actually takes a disgrace with hacker pseudocomi ROMs, it's also worth noting Mario Maker 2 owes much of its popularity to those hacker pseudo-kami, who have been supporting Kaizo's speed and communities for years. Those same people who did and played a ROM before Mario Maker there are the same people who defend the game now that there is an official way to create custom levels.
"I love Mario so much that I want to play it again and again, and that's what made me hack ROM first," said GrandPooBear to Polygon over Twitter DM. – Not where [sic] otherwise I can challenge the original engines of the game like this.
However, the specific reasons for the removal of Nintendo remain unknown. There are many possibilities here – for example, do the trolls massively mark GrandPooBear levels? One would have hoped that Nintendo would actually review the levels at which it took action.
Deleting the GrandPooBear level is particularly unheard of when you consider how much it does for you Mario Maker 2 community. He has recently made titles to create courses to teach players how to perform Kaizo tricks that will allow them to experience more advanced levels. Given that Mario Maker 2 seems to attract masochists who like to create incredibly difficult levels, it is a gift of God. Sam, Mario Maker 2 does nothing to prepare the player for hellscape, which is part of the courses created by the players. Expropriation of a person who brings more people into the basket, even though chaos is short-sighted.
I played the first Super Mario Maker game for years without ever deliberately picking up a successful jump on the shell. Thanks to @GrandPOOBearThe learning level in SMM2, I was able to do it in less than a minute. ID: 9MD-144-RJG pic.twitter.com/X6GJWNinJS
– Amanda McArthur SDCC (@ amandamcarthur) July 12, 2019
"I'm losing words and extremely sad about it," said GrandPooBear on Twitter. "If there's anything Nintendo could tell me." [sic] which has caused it, I will gladly correct this, given the possibility … I have no idea what it actually caused, [so] I left the feeling that they just hated me. "