Computer games company Nintendo has apologised for leaving same-sex relationships out of a ‘life simulator’ game after criticism by equality activists. Protestors attacked the publisher for not including the option of having gay relationships in Tomodachi Life, a Sims-style title which lets players create characters and populate and island with them. Marketing material for the game, which is for the handheld 3DS console, boasts the the cartoonish characters can ‘rap, rock, eat donuts, fall in love, break up, go shopping, play games, and live their crazy lives’. More