Fandom Friday: Nintendo Direct + More

Posted September 14, 2018 by Lupe


Happy Friday! It’s been an extremely short week for me. October is going to be here before we know it!

Before I start with all of the exciting Nintendo news…

To those of you who are in the evacuation zone for Hurricane Florence, I hope you are safe right now and that this storm doesn’t do a lot of damage.

Nintendo Direct

Alright video game fans, Nintendo informed us of new games!

Luigi’s Mansion 3 is coming to the Nintendo Switch!

Yoshi’s Crafted World is here to steal the show!

Super Smash Bros. U Deluxe is here to take our money!

I saved the best news for last! ANIMAL CROSSING IS COMING NEXT YEAR! Plus, Isabelle will join Super Smash Bros!

Have you ever wanted to win a Bookshop?

I thought it was interesting to share with you guys that a customer won a bookshop! According to The Guardian, Paul Morris chose to go into early retirement. Instead of closing his bookshop, he decided to give it to someone who’ve always dreamed of owning a bookshop. Morris did a raffle to choose the next owner! To be eligible, you have to spend more than £20. Ceisjan Van Heerden, from the Netherlands, was the winner! Imagine winning a raffle and being the next owner of a fabulous bookshop?

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Kingdom Hearts III- Big Hero 6 Trailer

What game are you most excited about? Do you dream of owning a bookshop? What are your thoughts on the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina? Are you a fan of Kingdom Hearts as I am?

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Lupe is a 22-year-old Mexican-American who enjoys reading and watching movies when she gets the chance to relax. Her all-time favorite series consists of Bloodlines and Vampire Academy (among others), and her favorite author is Richelle Mead.

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3 responses to “Fandom Friday: Nintendo Direct + More

    • Same! The thought of it would be lovely, though there would be a lot of work that would go into running the bookshop. But if a bookworm runs the bookshop… sounds like a dream come true for sure! 😉