"Ohmagee," Karen said, "my hair is in so damn good shape I never get my frosted tips back. Won't someone open the hairdressers? It's my God, given right as a MOTHER, and definitely not wearing it I no fucking mask, damn it, Corona can kiss my pink ***. "The good news is Karen got this haircut. She looked good. She felt fine. Ready to take on the world, one Olive Garden manager at a time. That was her Time and nothing would stand in her way, especially some stupid old virus.
Unfortunately for Karen, the last Saturday worker she had to "lay hands on" at Wendy's had COVID-19, and a lifetime Marlborough Reds had left Karen vulnerable. Death came quick for Karen, but this new Do looked damn good, unlike the undertaker's record.
Nintendo offers a lifeline for locking
The above is fiction, of course, and I hope you will forgive my somewhat gritty satire. Undoubtedly a product of the times. The corona pandemic, in the absence of a better expression, which is damned terrible, is only surpassed in spectacle by the growing idiocy demonstrated worldwide by misinformed, ill-advised citizens of any democracy they want. But we have a secret. We have the ultimate lockdown lifeline. Because we are gamers and have waited our whole lives for it. For the first time in history we can sit on our sofas with controllers in hand with impunity. Who needs haircuts anyway?
It's no real surprise, then, that Nintendo absolutely smashed it out of the park, having now sold over 61 million units worldwide. While many hardcore games look down on Candy Crush and the like, I have welcomed the introduction of mobile gaming into the mainstream over the past decade. For the first time in history, gaming was part of everyday life, not just for sniffing weebs in yesterday's pants (not that there's anything wrong with that, #weeblifeforever). The equilibrium between men and women in equilibrium was addressed overnight. The gambling was apparently in Vogue.
Nintendo for victory
In my opinion, the Nintendo is awesome. Resident Evil a little too breakneck for you? Have some main colors splash on your synapses here. Not sure if Lil & # 39; Timmy would enjoy a good old fashioned Halo tea bag? No problem, arrange flowers with your animal friends. Nintendo plays for the accessible. It knows its audience and keeps proving that you don't need a kick-ass KD to have a good time. And with the Switch, they're taking everything mobile gaming does right and taking it to heavenly heights.
But don't just take my word for it. Look at the numbers.
Mario Kart 8 Delux – 26.74 million copies sold
Animal Crossing: New Horizons – 22.4 million copies sold
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – 19.99 million copies sold
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 18.6 million copies sold
Pokemon Sword / Pokemon Shield – 18.22 million copies sold
Super Mario Odyssey – 18.06 million copies sold
Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu! / Pokemon: Let's go, Eevee! – 12.20 million copies sold
Super Mario Party – 10.94 million copies sold
Splatoon 2 – 10.71 million copies sold
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe – 7.44 million copies sold
That's a total of 165.3 million games and no FIFA or cash on delivery in sight. So far, the Nintendo Wii is the best-selling home console that the developer has released. Selling just over 100 million since its debut in 2007. But with the Switch, which won't be released until March 3rdapprox, 2017 and selling 61 million in just three years and changing, they're starting to look like rookie numbers.
One console to rule them all
The Nintendo Switch is really an extraordinary console. Its out-of-the-box games and multiplayer features make it a firm family favorite. Versatility and portability make it not only an escape from cabin fever, but also an investment in future commuter relief (though we hope there is still a long way to go). Play Mario Party with friends back home, or catch bass at the barber shop on your own island in Animal Crossing.
Ah yes, Karen. Poor karen If only she had gotten an NES instead of an all-in-one Walmart complaint desk for her 9th Birthday. Perhaps she would still snuggle up at home and joyfully jump through Breath of the Wild, her frosted tips forgotten for a life less lived. Sleep easy, Karen, for there are no complaints in heaven.
Source: Nintendo enthusiast
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