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Splatoon 2 Is Still Hip — Watch Us Play The Sequel On Switch

The publisher held its first Global Testfire event for Splatoon 2 on the Switch today, and we got to see what the game feels like on the new system. At its core, the sequel to the team-based online ink shooter is more of the same, but exposing that excellent gameplay to an audience that may never have purchased the Wii U is probably a smart idea for Nintendo. Splatoon 2 is still about covering a playfield with your team’s ink, firing at enemies, and using special abilities to get the upper hand. Continue reading

Behold The Newest Food Trend Is A Sushi Donut

Pokee NYC is selling sushi donuts and theyre as delicious as they sound. They make only 12-18 daily, so snagging one could be your catch of the day. . . Continue reading

GameStop Expects To Have Nintendo Switch Supply Problems For The Rest Of The Year

GameStop, the world’s largest gaming-specific brick-and-mortar retailer, announced the results of its 2016 fiscal year today. And while gaming sales are down, the company points out the Switch as a potential bright spot moving forward — although GameStop admitted it did not factor in aggressive sales of the Switch into its forecast for the next fiscal year.

“There’s a lot of excitement about the Switch, but there’s also a lot of caution,” GameStop chief executive Paul Raines said in a conference call with investors. Continue reading

How Trump Will Impact Venture Capital: The Future Of QSBS

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Everything Is A Surprisingly Fun Meditation On Existence

Everything is a simulation of all things at all scales. It’s a game where you may start out as a camel, but through exploration, you may find yourself dancing through galaxy as a cluster of stars or swimming through microscopic stew as as a tardigrade. And through all of this, as long as you continue moving in any direction you choose, you’ll uncover the thoughts of rocks, trees, and more as well as audio snippets from philosopher Alan Watts. Continue reading

What Do You Want To Ask SoFi CEO Mike Cagney At Disrupt NY?

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I Will Be So Unreasonably Jealous Of The View Of Southern Lighting

The northern and southern lights are most likely the eeriest cosmic views offered to united states here in the world, and 150 individuals on a flight from New Zealand learned that first-hand recently.

The Air New Zealand charter trip shot to popularity on March 23 to provide people their utmost shot at seeing the cosmic lights as a result of the 12 hours of darkness supplied by the equinox. 

a seat aboard the chartered journey wasn’t exactly cheap. Continue reading

Exactly What It’s Like At San Quentin’s Coding School

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Tesla Model 3 Can Get A Performance Version Then Year

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Microsoft Engineer Rico Mariani Is Leaving After 29 Years

Mariani has worked on Edge, Internet Explorer, Sidewalk, and multiple releases of Visual Studio. He developed a following inside and outside Microsoft over the years through his blog, Performance Tidbits. The blog’s name points to his longtime focus on making software work faster. Continue reading

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