Nintendo debuted a new Nintendo Direct Mini video presentation today spotlighting a selection of first- and third-party titles coming in early 2018. Following a strong holiday season, Nintendo Switch owners will see a variety of new games and content arriving in the next few months, including DARK SOULS: REMASTERED, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Mario Tennis Aces and Kirby Star Allies games, and a certain green-clad brother bringing a new mode to the Super Mario Odyssey game.
“Nintendo Switch is the fastest-selling home console in history, and Nintendo is not taking our foot off the gas in 2018,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “For the millions of people who just received Ninten…Read more >
So... 2017. Ignoring what was bad and good about this year and focusing on yourself... how do you feel about where you are, where you are going? What you've done well and what you have to improve upon?Read more >
Now that Net Neturality is gone, I must take the wise and ancient words of Ajit Pai the Cursed to heart:
Yes, Ajit Pai, I suppose I can still be part of my favorite fandom, the Net Neutrality fandom... oh wait a moment. It's not here anymore. What did you do to it, Ajit Pai?
Ajit Pai, answer me.
AJIT PAI ANSWER ME
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made a blog post about page structure, so I'm gonna go over what I consider good and bad article etiquette.
There's cases where you want to hide information from the viewer; perhaps to decrease the length of the article so it doesn't look as overtly long as it actually is; usually these are remedied by the use of a collapse and expand template or by using "mouse over" text.
Here's the issue with those two things: they hide information by default and require interaction by the user to read. If they are to be used at all, their use needs to be minimized as much as possible because every time the user wants to access that information, it requires the use of a mouse click or hover.
On the mobile skin, the collapse template doesn't even work, so t…
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Nintendo has filed a new set of trademarks for multiple games, including Super Smash Bros. The news comes to us via Japanese Nintendo, which points out that additional trademarks have been filed for multiple amiibo, The Legend of Zelda, Splatoon, and Animal Crossing...
http://comicbook.com/gaming/2017/11/13/super-smash-bros-trademark-nintendo-switch/Read more >