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  1. Yesterday, Nintendo of America hopped on Twitter to make some pretty massive announcements about upcoming projects. Nintendo kicked off their trio of news blurbs by announcing when Switch owners can expect the system's paid online service to go live. Simply titled Nintendo Switch Online, the service will offer a selection of classic Nintendo games every month for either $3.99 per month, $7.99 every three months, or $19.99 for an entire year. The catch is, unlike Xbox Live Gold or PS+, those games will switch out every month and subscribers will not be able to keep the previous month's games. The service will launch sometime in September 2018. The company then revealed that their next mobile project - Mario Kart! The app will be called Mario Kart Tour. Nintendo gave a rather nebulous release window for the app that states the app will release "in the fiscal year ending in March 2019." Not much more information was made available, but it's pretty interesting to imagine what a mobile Mario Kart title would be like. Finally, Nintendo confirmed the long rumored deal between themselves and animation studio Illumination to make a film based on the Mario franchise. This will be the first film Nintendo has worked on based on one of its characters since the 1993 Super Mario Bros. live-action film. Shigeru Miyamoto has been confirmed to be co-producing the film alongside Illumination CEO and film producer Chris Meledandri. It's pretty shocking that it has taken so long for Nintendo to get back to making films based on the Mario franchise, especially since the very first video game movie was a Super Mario Bros. animated film.
  2. Yesterday, Nintendo of America hopped on Twitter to make some pretty massive announcements about upcoming projects. Nintendo kicked off their trio of news blurbs by announcing when Switch owners can expect the system's paid online service to go live. Simply titled Nintendo Switch Online, the service will offer a selection of classic Nintendo games every month for either $3.99 per month, $7.99 every three months, or $19.99 for an entire year. The catch is, unlike Xbox Live Gold or PS+, those games will switch out every month and subscribers will not be able to keep the previous month's games. The service will launch sometime in September 2018. The company then revealed that their next mobile project - Mario Kart! The app will be called Mario Kart Tour. Nintendo gave a rather nebulous release window for the app that states the app will release "in the fiscal year ending in March 2019." Not much more information was made available, but it's pretty interesting to imagine what a mobile Mario Kart title would be like. Finally, Nintendo confirmed the long rumored deal between themselves and animation studio Illumination to make a film based on the Mario franchise. This will be the first film Nintendo has worked on based on one of its characters since the 1993 Super Mario Bros. live-action film. Shigeru Miyamoto has been confirmed to be co-producing the film alongside Illumination CEO and film producer Chris Meledandri. It's pretty shocking that it has taken so long for Nintendo to get back to making films based on the Mario franchise, especially since the very first video game movie was a Super Mario Bros. animated film. View full article
  3. Want to take your support of Extra Life to the next level? Here are four easy things you can do, right now to level up! 1. Follow and share us on social Following us and sharing our awesome content on Discord, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram helps get the word out about the amazing things Extra Life related. Believe it or not, there still plenty of folks who have yet to hear about playing game and healing kids 2. Subscribe to us on Twitch! Our Twitch channel is a Charity Partnered channel, which means that you can now subscribe and support the kids while enjoying hours of content from our amazing community. If you happen to be an Amazon Prime member, you get one (1) free subscription (Twitch Prime) each month which "includes bonus games and exclusive in-game content, a channel subscription every 30 days at no additional cost to be used on any Partnered and Affiliate channel, ad-free viewing on Twitch, exclusive emotes, and chat badge." Free content? No ads? Support Extra Life? Sounds like a no-brainer ;)! Check out the Twitch Prime guide to learn how use your monthly subscription for subscribing to our Twitch channel. 3. Auto hosting the official Extra Life Twitch channel When you're not streaming, consider adding our official Twitch channel so your auto hosting list! Step 1: Sign up for a Twitch account! Step 2: To auto host Extra Life's Official Channel, just go to your "Settings" > "Channel & Videos" > scroll down to "Host List"> select the "+" > search for "ExtraLife4Kids" > add "ExtraLife4Kids" > select "Save Changes". Add our Official channel to your list today! Read more about it: https://blog.twitch.tv/grow-your-community-with-auto-hosting-e80c1460f6e1#.ayik03n2q 4. Use our Humble Bundle Charity Partner Link If you're like us, you like games. A lot. It's even better when you can buy a lot of games for a great cause. Enter, Humble Bundle. If you're not aware of this awesome group, then it's definitely time to get acquainted. When buying your PC games, software and digital books, use Humble Bundle to purchase them AND contribute to charity. Specifically, Extra Life! Use the following links to purchase and support Extra Life: For the latest Humble Bundles: https://www.humblebundle.com/?partner=144206 For Humble Bundle Monthly: https://www.humblebundle.com/monthly?partner=144206 For all of your Humble Store purchases, be sure to add Extra Life as your selected charity! Take a peep below. Once you set Extra Life as your selected charity on Humble Bundle, your purchases from the Humble Store will support us! ***BONUS Pro-tip*** Are you a Humble Partner? You can set Extra Life as your charity in your partner link! So you're a Humble Bundle Partner, nicely done! Did you know that you can customize your Partner link to include Extra Life a your charity of choice? This will assign a portion of purchases made by people using your link to go back to Extra Life, providing mission critical funding! These sales are actually helping save lives of sick and injured kids across the US and Canada. Good work! It's super easy to set up too! You can select Extra Life and it add to your partner link in your Partner Dashboard.This is found in the "Charity Select" portion of the dashboard. You can then select Extra Life. Once you've selected Extra Life, you'll see it at the top bar of the Charity Selection portion. You'll then see that your current charity selected is Extra Life! This places the charity ID to all your partner links in the Partner Dashboard. For example, your referral link may look like this: Add these easy and fun steps to your Extra Life arsenal and help us to continue to support sick and injured kids across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Keep being amazing!
  4. Want to take your support of Extra Life to the next level? Here are four easy things you can do, right now to level up! 1. Follow and share us on social Following us and sharing our awesome content on Discord, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram helps get the word out about the amazing things Extra Life related. Believe it or not, there still plenty of folks who have yet to hear about playing game and healing kids 2. Subscribe to us on Twitch! Our Twitch channel is a Charity Partnered channel, which means that you can now subscribe and support the kids while enjoying hours of content from our amazing community. If you happen to be an Amazon Prime member, you get one (1) free subscription (Twitch Prime) each month which "includes bonus games and exclusive in-game content, a channel subscription every 30 days at no additional cost to be used on any Partnered and Affiliate channel, ad-free viewing on Twitch, exclusive emotes, and chat badge." Free content? No ads? Support Extra Life? Sounds like a no-brainer ;)! Check out the Twitch Prime guide to learn how use your monthly subscription for subscribing to our Twitch channel. 3. Auto hosting the official Extra Life Twitch channel When you're not streaming, consider adding our official Twitch channel so your auto hosting list! Step 1: Sign up for a Twitch account! Step 2: To auto host Extra Life's Official Channel, just go to your "Settings" > "Channel & Videos" > scroll down to "Host List"> select the "+" > search for "ExtraLife4Kids" > add "ExtraLife4Kids" > select "Save Changes". Add our Official channel to your list today! Read more about it: https://blog.twitch.tv/grow-your-community-with-auto-hosting-e80c1460f6e1#.ayik03n2q 4. Use our Humble Bundle Charity Partner Link If you're like us, you like games. A lot. It's even better when you can buy a lot of games for a great cause. Enter, Humble Bundle. If you're not aware of this awesome group, then it's definitely time to get acquainted. When buying your PC games, software and digital books, use Humble Bundle to purchase them AND contribute to charity. Specifically, Extra Life! Use the following links to purchase and support Extra Life: For the latest Humble Bundles: https://www.humblebundle.com/?partner=144206 For Humble Bundle Monthly: https://www.humblebundle.com/monthly?partner=144206 For all of your Humble Store purchases, be sure to add Extra Life as your selected charity! Take a peep below. Once you set Extra Life as your selected charity on Humble Bundle, your purchases from the Humble Store will support us! ***BONUS Pro-tip*** Are you a Humble Partner? You can set Extra Life as your charity in your partner link! So you're a Humble Bundle Partner, nicely done! Did you know that you can customize your Partner link to include Extra Life a your charity of choice? This will assign a portion of purchases made by people using your link to go back to Extra Life, providing mission critical funding! These sales are actually helping save lives of sick and injured kids across the US and Canada. Good work! It's super easy to set up too! You can select Extra Life and it add to your partner link in your Partner Dashboard.This is found in the "Charity Select" portion of the dashboard. You can then select Extra Life. Once you've selected Extra Life, you'll see it at the top bar of the Charity Selection portion. You'll then see that your current charity selected is Extra Life! This places the charity ID to all your partner links in the Partner Dashboard. For example, your referral link may look like this: Add these easy and fun steps to your Extra Life arsenal and help us to continue to support sick and injured kids across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Keep being amazing! View full article
  5. Video game Twitter can be a strange place. Twitch streamer S1N3N started it all two days ago when he asked the social media accounts for Final Fantasy XIV and World of Warcraft which game he should purchase. S1N3N streams to a fanbase of about 630 people and can be found streaming games during the late night hours. Fairly innocuous tweet, right? Little did S1N3N know the cosmic forces he had just prodded to life. Sometimes when you shout into the void of cyberspace, cyberspace shouts back at you. You see, someone on the World of Warcraft account heard S1N3N's plea for help and offered the fairly obvious answer that in WOW some players can shoot lasers from their eyes. However, WOW made a classic Twitter blunder: Never retain the @ of your mortal enemy. World of Warcraft's tweet roused the interest of Final Fantasy XIV's social media. They saw laser eyes and immediately went for the one-up. Of course, building-sized meteors of death only made World of Warcraft cackle with malignant malice as they released AN EVEN BIGGER METEOR! However, Final Fantasy was having none of it. They granted that the meteor was indeed larger, but then referred WoW to their moon, which imprisoned the elder primal dragon known as Bahamut, and proceeded to lay some smack talk on Warcraft's mascot dragon Deathwing. Of course, World of Warcraft was loath to be outdone. They threw down the gauntlet of ruin, revealing how much destruction and power was housed in their universe. Moons and meteors? What about entire planets obliterated? As of right now, this is the final tweet in the WoW vs. Final Fantasy Twitter war, but something tells me this might not be the last shot fired.... Oh, and Overwatch kicked back to relax and enjoy the spectacle along with the rest of us.
  6. Video game Twitter can be a strange place. Twitch streamer S1N3N started it all two days ago when he asked the social media accounts for Final Fantasy XIV and World of Warcraft which game he should purchase. S1N3N streams to a fanbase of about 630 people and can be found streaming games during the late night hours. Fairly innocuous tweet, right? Little did S1N3N know the cosmic forces he had just prodded to life. Sometimes when you shout into the void of cyberspace, cyberspace shouts back at you. You see, someone on the World of Warcraft account heard S1N3N's plea for help and offered the fairly obvious answer that in WOW some players can shoot lasers from their eyes. However, WOW made a classic Twitter blunder: Never retain the @ of your mortal enemy. World of Warcraft's tweet roused the interest of Final Fantasy XIV's social media. They saw laser eyes and immediately went for the one-up. Of course, building-sized meteors of death only made World of Warcraft cackle with malignant malice as they released AN EVEN BIGGER METEOR! However, Final Fantasy was having none of it. They granted that the meteor was indeed larger, but then referred WoW to their moon, which imprisoned the elder primal dragon known as Bahamut, and proceeded to lay some smack talk on Warcraft's mascot dragon Deathwing. Of course, World of Warcraft was loath to be outdone. They threw down the gauntlet of ruin, revealing how much destruction and power was housed in their universe. Moons and meteors? What about entire planets obliterated? As of right now, this is the final tweet in the WoW vs. Final Fantasy Twitter war, but something tells me this might not be the last shot fired.... Oh, and Overwatch kicked back to relax and enjoy the spectacle along with the rest of us. View full article
  7. Thatgamecompany, known for their artist-oriented projects like Journey and Flower, teased their next game with a series of tweets yesterday. The studio created a new Twitter account, called @Thatnextgame, and tweeted out a series of three images before confirming that Thatnextgame was the working title of their next project. The images reinforce cloud-like aesthetic and hint at a central theme of passing the torch on to future generations. The first image, a candle leaning over to light another came with the message that the upcoming indie title would be "a game about giving." This sentiment was repeated by Jenova Chen in the brief blog post announcing Thatnextgame. The next two images weren't accompanied by text. The picture to follow the two candles was an image of what can best be described as cloud-children holding hands. They flow together and appear to be skipping or playing. The final image takes a more grounded approach, depicting a mysterious archway with a starburst painted above it - a starburst mirrored in the sky above. Clouds roil above, hinting at where Thatnextgame might take players. A final tweet summed up all three images together and came with the message, "We hope you’ll enjoy @thatnextgame, and in the meantime we’re hiring." Thatnextgame's account describes it as a multiplatform, multiplayer game. Vincent Diamante, the composer who worked on Flower and Skullgirls, will be returning to lend his considerable skills to Thatnextgame's soundtrack. It's great to see Thatgamecompany back with another game. Following the release of Journey it was revealed that the company has bankrupted itself to create the indie game sensation. The future of the company was up in the air until they were able to secure $7 million in investment funds from a Chinese firm. Here is hoping they don't have to bankrupt their company again to finish Thatnextgame.
  8. Thatgamecompany, known for their artist-oriented projects like Journey and Flower, teased their next game with a series of tweets yesterday. The studio created a new Twitter account, called @Thatnextgame, and tweeted out a series of three images before confirming that Thatnextgame was the working title of their next project. The images reinforce cloud-like aesthetic and hint at a central theme of passing the torch on to future generations. The first image, a candle leaning over to light another came with the message that the upcoming indie title would be "a game about giving." This sentiment was repeated by Jenova Chen in the brief blog post announcing Thatnextgame. The next two images weren't accompanied by text. The picture to follow the two candles was an image of what can best be described as cloud-children holding hands. They flow together and appear to be skipping or playing. The final image takes a more grounded approach, depicting a mysterious archway with a starburst painted above it - a starburst mirrored in the sky above. Clouds roil above, hinting at where Thatnextgame might take players. A final tweet summed up all three images together and came with the message, "We hope you’ll enjoy @thatnextgame, and in the meantime we’re hiring." Thatnextgame's account describes it as a multiplatform, multiplayer game. Vincent Diamante, the composer who worked on Flower and Skullgirls, will be returning to lend his considerable skills to Thatnextgame's soundtrack. It's great to see Thatgamecompany back with another game. Following the release of Journey it was revealed that the company has bankrupted itself to create the indie game sensation. The future of the company was up in the air until they were able to secure $7 million in investment funds from a Chinese firm. Here is hoping they don't have to bankrupt their company again to finish Thatnextgame. View full article
  9. Hi everyone, I got an email alert about donations received for my first two, then I haven't seen any since. Is there a way to turn them off that I somehow missed? I also have seen many others auto-tweet when they get a donation. I've connected my account, but it only posts when I make a donation. Did I miss something there, too? Maybe I can't donate to my own account and get it to pick up? Thanks any and all who may be able to assist Dave
  10. The Salt Lake Guild now has a Twitter! Make sure to go follow us for updates on events and any other fun things we are doing. There may even be giveaways https://twitter.com/SLCExtraLife Keep up all the good work! Shimzen (McKay)
  11. The creator behind last year's indie hit, Her Story, has teased a sequel currently in the works. Sam Barlow went so far as to call the next title Her Story 2, though he stated that Her Story 2 is a working title. Sam Barlow tweeted early yesterday that the new game was beginning development. It will apparently have no story connection to the first Her Story, though it could very well imitate the live-action storytelling of the first. The full teaser image can be seen below:
  12. The creator behind last year's indie hit, Her Story, has teased a sequel currently in the works. Sam Barlow went so far as to call the next title Her Story 2, though he stated that Her Story 2 is a working title. Sam Barlow tweeted early yesterday that the new game was beginning development. It will apparently have no story connection to the first Her Story, though it could very well imitate the live-action storytelling of the first. The full teaser image can be seen below: View full article
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