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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

KoopaTV's June Jamboree

By LUDWIG VON KOOPA - Second June! See? That's the sub-title. Not the title.

Header there is a reference to last month's article which is linked at the bottom of this one. SO ANYWAY, KoopaTV is continuing its second year STRONG. We broke last month's all-time viewership record. No wonder, right? You could say it's the new "normal", but you got to work for it. Saying it's the "new normal" means you take it for granted. We don't do that here, just like we don't accept our high unemployment under the Obama Administration as the new normal.

You can probably credit our viewership success to our unprecedented partnership E3 2014 coverage. We had 36 articles in June 2014, a 33% increase from our previous most-articles-in-a-month record from June 2013 (which was also E3 converage). You can credit Nintendo's Treehouse Live idea for that. No matter how you slice it, we're here to stay. We're here to tell the truth and make you laugh!

Speaking of which, here are my top five recommended non-reaction-log articles from June 2014. Everything on KoopaTV is worth reading, of course. Especially those reaction logs. Listed in chronological order:
  1. Nintendo Is NOT Like Uganda!
  2. Ludwig's Smash-Fest @ Best Buy Experience 2014
  3. Herman Cain's Burning Answer
  4. Axe-Arm Largo
  5. /v/ Vs. NeoGAF: Chaos Vs. Order
That third one there is particularly significant, because it may be the most important thing we've ever done.

Since I don't actually have Mario Kart 8 yet, that contest idea hasn't happened. I still have a month to get it though, and give away that code! But I do have some other codes to give away if that doesn't happen...

By the way, due to certain circumstances, you'll see KoopaTV articles published in the evenings for a long while. Hope you're okay with that.

Stay tuned to KoopaTV for all the latest in videogame commentary with an attitude. Share us to your best friends... or worst enemies! And anyone in-between.

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