Although it is unfortunate, I think most of us can agree that E3 was a bit of a dud.
Non-videogame events quickly dominated the closing weeks of June, despite that time period supposedly being dedicated to post-E3 analysis. Woops. That said, KoopaTV gave you an enormous quantity of coverage during E3, with June 2015 tying June 2014 for the most amount of articles in a month (36). And that was backed up by strong viewership and commenting numbers, so that's awesome.
The KoopaTV Loyalty Rewards Program is doing good work to make being a KoopaTV player more fulfilling for y'all, which makes us happy too. We love your feedback! (Rawk does too, so be sure to comment on his articles.) So Round 3 of the Rewards Program has started, and the prize is a $10 Nintendo eShop card code! See the full details here, including the new one-time bonus request and the updates to point values (check out the referral points!) to non-commenting activities! Here are the final standings for Round 2 and their chosen prizes:
- charssie god — 35 points; F-Zero X.
- Samantha Lienhard — 31 points; EarthBound.
- JoystickLad — 10 points; Super Smash Bros. For 3DS Ryu code.
- The Curious Case of Brutlyn Jenner
- The Deluxe Digital Promotion DISASTER!
- Super Mario Maker @ Best Buy First-Hand Impressions!
- War Between The States: Apple vs. Common Sense
- Election Antics Part 2: The Denial of Democracy
Oh, um, super-important news: We're going to have something really, REALLY special happen on Friday/July 4 weekend. So important, we don't actually know what will happen yet. But something revolutionary will occur. You know, to match the revolutionary-ism of the America-only holiday.
You can join the revolution (not the REVOLution) by sharing KoopaTV to your friends — and then get kickbacks for doing so. It's pretty much a Ponzi scheme except the only person who loses something in the end is Ludwig. Don't you want that to happen?
For last month's newsletter, click here.
Next month's newsletter, and the first one in the new domain name, is here.
For last year's newsletter (a so-called "Jamboree"), click here.
Next year's June newsletter (which is as generic-ly titled as this one) is here.
The revolutionary thing is KoopaTV getting its own domain name.