It seems like the Nintendo Switch has been with us for a long time now, right? But it's only been a month.
Well, it hasn't been with me at all since I don't have one, but at least one dude on the staff does. Regardless of us being the worst Nintendo site in the world for not going into a huge amount of depth of every aspect of Nintendo's new hardware release, we're still a fantastic website if you're not actually looking for that. Here's a few examples why:
Top 3 Recommended Articles of March 2017
Here are my top three recommended articles from the previous month, in chronological order. You'll want to read these... and the other ten articles published in March, because they're all worth reading.
KoopaTV Loyalty Rewards Program Round 13 Mid-Round Standings
Here are the standings as of publishing!
- Lheticus Videre — 33 points
- Kody B. — 20 points
- Geoff Brabant — 13 points
- Nopo — 10 points
- Charssie god — 8 points
Remember the prize: A $10 Nintendo eShop card code. That's pretty good for the minimal amount of competition here.
KoopaTV Always Hiring
I'm just saying. We're always hiring.
Ignore this if you're gonna be really weird or really angry if we'd reject you. That's happened to us before. It's scary how much people can change if they're upset from being rejected...
...Of course, you won't be rejected if you actually understand this website and don't come off as a total creep.
A Programming Note About Wonderful Wednesdays
I understand that this comment was likely made in jest, but in case you're thinking about it, I want to address it. “it” being the Wonderful Wednesday series of articles where we publish content related to KoopaTV's 2016 videogame, The Wonderful 1237.
It's common for videogame developers to have a blog where they talk about their game in some great level of detail. It's something they do to add value to their game, and inform people about game design and anything else they want to teach.
The only thing different here is that instead of being videogame developers with a blog, we're more like... bloggers with a videogame. Still, the principles SHOULD be the same. ...Except the writing is better and the game is free, so everyone can enjoy and immediately know what I'm talking about.
Since I believe in our art, I have no problem with dedicating a lot of article space and time towards promoting it. Hopefully you feel the same way.
Help KoopaV by giving some of your time to promoting it, too! Share KoopaTV around with your friends, colleagues, and moderately-bad-to-worst-ever enemies! Be glad that Ludwig didn't take any trips to Brazil this year.
For last month's February review newsletter (at one point mistakenly called a newsletter review), click here.
For last year's March 2016 review newsletter, click here.