Moderation in Nintendo games and software has been a tricky topic, but Reggie Fils-Aime recently quelled reports that the upcoming Miiverse system could suffer delays in posting of up to 30 minutes.
One of the major reveals from last week's E3 show was that Nintendo are finally bringing a ground-up, unified communication system to the Wii U called Mii Universe, of Miiverse for short. But rumblings from company president Satoru Iwata highlighted that there will be content filtering in place that could result in your posts undergoing a series of checks before going public.
Of course with potential crude images, spammers and trolls, Nintendo's system could and will likely fall prey to abuse, but plans for moderation were left with some questions - would harmless posts about how to solve a game be thwarted by delays?
The short answer is, if you keep it clean, there should be no problems - says Reggie, the big boss behind Nintendo of America.
Speaking to Kotaku, Fils-Aime clarified a few points made by Iwata, in that Nintendo's human-lead team will step in if content is continually flagged as inappropriate and continues to try to push these sorts of comments.
But what if, as in the example given by Nintendo when debuting the MiiVerse, I want to post a request for help for a game I'm stuck on? Do I have to wait a while for that to run?
Let's take that example. I need help with level so-and-so. The technical scan happens. There's no bad words. It happens.