It seems scary and approaching really fast... the passage of time. What's the deal? Time always flows. But now it's flowing right into the most important time of the entire videogame industry... It is now June. The Electronic Entertainment Expo is less than two weeks.
As you can imagine, KoopaTV will basically dedicate E3 week to bringing you E3 coverage, along with before-E3 and after-E3 spillover. But this is a newsletter about what happened in May!
Well, if you want to know how ROUND ONE of the KoopaTV Loyalty Rewards Program ended, check the spreadsheet. It's Round 2 now. Check out the official page for the changes and rewards. (They're tentative to change.)
...Oh what the hell here's the top 5 scorers.
- Martino X — 49 points.
- Samantha Lienhard — 43 points.
- Ringabel Brave — 23 points.
- Jareditton — 20 points.
- Sam — 13 points.
And as I said before, it's definitely possible to change the outcome of the standings if you're serious about it, even in a short period of time! In that sense, the KoopaTV Loyalty Rewards Program can be as exhilarating as the last 30 seconds of Splatoon! And speaking of Splatoon...
...Here are the top five recommended articles from the month of May! (In chronological order.)
- The Crimes of Mike Tyson
- Defending Kill the F*****?
- You Won't BELIEVE What The Videogame Media Misreported!
- The Republican Presidential Primary Debate Super Contest!
- Memorialising Our Fallen Troopas
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Oh, one curious thing about May: There were 5 "General" category articles. Is KoopaTV spending too much time on non-Gaming stuff? Let us know in the comments.
Ludwig is sorry this got published so late in the day and so late after June 1. But he's happy that he has employees who take initiative. Why don't YOU take initiative and share KoopaTV to all your friends, enemies, and everyone in-between? Remember: You can win referral points in the KoopaTV Loyalty Rewards Program and win Club Nintendo prizes!
For last month's newsletter, click here.
For next month's post-E3 newsletter, click here.
For the 2014 version of this, click here.
Oh, for the first time, KoopaTV can go back two years with this. ...Let's not get carried away.
Let's just link to the 2016 video.