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Minecraft Steve’s Smash Bros. earnings screen looks NSFW, but it’s … fine



Minecraft Protagonist Steve joined them Super Smash Bros. UltimateRoster with a patch on Tuesday. Smash bros. Fans on social media have noticed he’s sported a victory pose that’s … happy to see you, shall we say.

At least that’s what anything you, as a dirty horn dog, could pervert with your gutter mind choose see. Steve’s victory screen, one in four, is actually 100% innocent. This is just a very deliberate frame grave meant to make Steve seem, um, Randy. Here is the whole:

Only for the last six hundredths of a second does it look like Steve is putting all of the C-3PO on us. (This is even stranger when you consider that the animation starts with him engaging in what looks like cooked beef.)

Here we are going to help you understand this better by going through it in unnecessary detail like it was the Zapruder movie or something.

Image: Nintendo via Xenobia / YouTube

In picture 1 we see Steve’s flesh hovering over his crotch, but we haven’t drawn any sophomoric conclusions yet.
Image: Nintendo via Xenobia / YouTube

Only when the lower part of the key graphic starts does this give you a reason to giggle.

Frame 2 adds color, however, and someone (not Jerry Falwell, Jr.) has to watch.
Image: Nintendo via Xenobia / YouTube

And now the rest of the sequence, frame by frame.

Alex (as well as Zombie and Enderman) also pitch a tent. Is it Really necessary for them to move their hands back … and left … back and left … so?

Really crude GIF showing Minecraft Alex moving his hands to make a lewd suggestion that he is doing something unnatural

Image: Nintendo via JB Sprinkles / YouTube

If you were concerned about the poses of the team, relax. These are all impervious to the dirtiest range we could come up with.

Even so, we reached out to a Nintendo employee to ask if he was going to change anything. We will update when you give a response for this.


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