With KoopaTV competitor Mario Kart TV being a thing, all sorts of zany moments are being captured. I guess it's like a celebrity-pararazzi version of KoopaTV, in a way.
Even though Mario Kart 8 has only been out for a few days, it's already sold over a million copies. That's... more views than KoopaTV has gotten in over a year. And we're free. We also haven't had any of our content on any television channel:
This is important to note: A lot of people are saying that "Oh, Mario Kart 8 got on Fox News!" This is Fox News. Mario Kart 8 got on Fox 5, a local New York station. You don't need cable to watch the latter. The former is the Fair & Balanced cable news network. They're different. There is this whole system of how it works that you can read up on.
Maybe we should all be watching Fox News Channel (cable) a bit more often, because it's sad that this makes the news and not the stuff that SHOULD be getting news and journalistic investigation, like:
- The systemic IRS targeting of conservative groups.
- The Benghazi cover-up and the new special committee designed to get answers.
- The VA hospital system scandals and new information.
- The Bergdahl one-prisoner-for-five-terrorists swap, and Bergdahl's status as a deserter.
- America's shrinking and sick economy.
- Continuing ObamaCare problems.
Alternatively, the news could cover Ace Attorney 123, now dubbed Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, officially being announced to come out in North America this winter.
...Nah, that's too self-serving. But maybe something television networks would love to cover? The scandal that everyone is ignoring?
Once upon a time, there was an announcement about a "Madden Curse" movie...
See, this is actual news. Dude raided Fort Knox or something. He went from psychopath to mob boss:
|Mario Kart TV in action. Observing where to steal gold.|
Ludwig is a self-styled videogame journalist committed to truth and levity, and so he fashioned KoopaTV after those values. There's only so much KoopaTV can cover and we therefore expect integrity from our fellow journalists out in the world, but if you have an idea, submit one to our Requests page. Or write it yourself!
KoopaTV has outlasted Mario Kart TV, which is shutting down!