Have you wondered why I'm doing this on my own personal blog? Where Smurfee is? How they get the little M's on the M&M's? I'm sure those questions will be answered in all due time. But for now, wouldn't you like to race little go-karts instead? DEFLECTION!
In fact, last week's session with Mario Kart with Lemon Buster was really nice. I hadn't played online yet since I spend most of my online gameplay with Smash. Playing MK online was refreshing especially because it always felt silly and never felt personal. When you win, it feels great. When you take a less savory position, well that's Mario Kart for you. When I play Smash, sometimes it feels like slaving away in the salt mines, getting saltier and saltier by the minute. Can you believe there are more tracks on the way? I can't wait to see what kind of karts they'll release to match the Animal Crossing characters. But for now, we're still playing these same but fun games.
New to Friday Night Fights? It's easy to get involved!
Each week, a bunch of us Dtoiders get together to play videogames online! It's a 100% community-run event, so feel free to join in or even host something yourself!
The planning for FNF starts in the forums, where community members volunteer to host matches and post their pertinent details (game, time, Gamertag, ect.). Then, every Friday, reminder posts go up here in the c-blogs followed by a recap post on the front page for last minute planning.
To join in, simply send a friend request to the match host! (Don't forget to say you're from Dtoid!) If you'd rather host something yourself, just post your details below in the following format:
Wii U or 3DS
Host: Dtoid Username
NID: Wii U Nintendo ID or 3DS friend code
Time: Time in EST
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Mario Kart 8 last week was surprisingly fun edition
4pm PST | 7pm EST
Super Smash Bros for Wii U
Wii U (duh)
6 pm EST/ 3 pm PST
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