Quite a lot of people have left Nintendo of America over the past few years, and the latest individual to depart is the company’s manager for publisher and developer relations, Kirk Scott.
If you’ve tuned into Nintendo’s Nindies Showcase in recent years, you’ve likely seen him promoting a lot of upcoming releases for the Switch eShop as the friendly neighborhood indie guy. Now, after five years, he’s decided to call it a day at Nintendo:
The past 5 years have brought incredible joy from working with all of the amazing indies, and that work will continue! Since Feb. of this
With everyone locked indoors, everyone has been turning to esports as a form of entertainment. Last weekend, popular Mandopop star, JJ Lin and his esports team, Team SMG hosted their first Community Cup in partnership with #SGPlays.
The two-day Community Cup attracted 400 players who signed up for the tournament, which garnered around 25,000 viewers throughout last weekend.
To ensure that the tournament was handled smoothly, GamelinG, an online gaming platform in Southeast Asia, helped facilitate the event as well as keep users updated on leaderboards, live results and more.
The Nintendo Switch is an incredible system. Not only can it play many modern games, but it can also play them portably. Whether you’ve been a launch-day owner, you’ve been one of the few lucky enough to get a Switch in recent months, or anything in between, you may be on the lookout for more great games to play.
Right now, Nintendo is hosting a sale on some great digital games on the eShop, so grab an eShop card and check out our list below to be playing something new in no time.
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Sony has announced that it has decided to delay the PlayStation 5 reveal event, originally set for June 4.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) June 1, 2020
“We have decided to postpone the PlayStation 5 event scheduled for June 4. While we understand gamers worldwide are excited to see PS5 games, we do not feel that right now is a time for celebration and for now, we want to stand back and allow more important voices to be heard,” the statement reads.
Sony originally had announced last week a PS5 reveal event for this Thursday, June 4, which would have debuted