Hey Shacknews, it's time for Evening Reading. Let's officially close out our day of posting. Please take a look.
In case you missed it at Shacknews:
- Announcing Shacknews E4 2020 and the Summer of Doing Our Jobs
- Maneater review: A true Shark-RPG
- Minecraft Dungeons review: Foundation for adventure
- Work From Quarantine: How COVID-19 Has Upended Game Development
- From Chaos: The Aspirational Storytelling of Life is Strange (long read)
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons guide
- Trump dumps Executive Order on Twitter, Facebook, Google, and the Internet
- Poly Bridge 2 review: Trussing the process
- Dungeon Defenders: Awakened review - Tower defense tour de force
- 8 video games that need a spectator mode
- Fortnite Chapter 2 - Season 3 delayed to June 11
- KartRider: Drift closed beta key giveaway
- Trover Saves the Universe 1-year anniversary interviews: The dev team
- 2020 video game release dates calendar
And now... Other Stuff From The Internet!!!
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey calls for the arrest of the officer responsible for the murder of George Floyd
This is a major step, but the damage has still been done to the people of Minnesota and countless other communities across the country who are victims of a broken criminal justice system in the United States.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says the officers involved in #GeorgeFloyd death are not cooperating with law enforcement. They are pleading the 5th.— Courtney Godfrey (@courtneygodfrey) May 28, 2020
You wonder why people are protesting and rioting...
"We can't make a change unless yall don't change" pic.twitter.com/wdhjjN1dcN— PB&J (@PBnJ23) May 28, 2020
Before you start complaining about riots and looting, please consult this valuable image:
This is how a lot of you sound today pic.twitter.com/q8OnAH3H8J— Cossmonaut Marcus (@CosmonautMarcus) May 28, 2020
Facebook doesn't think they are the arbiter of truth on the Internet, Internet responds accordingly
Screw Mark Zuckerberg, and the horse Facebook rode in on.
Headline of the day. pic.twitter.com/AaWmQoZvFa— Nick de Semlyen (@NickdeSemlyen) May 28, 2020
We now go live to our new Twitter account for a comment on all of this:
Briefcase Level 08 Preview
I don't know if or when I will upload this level, as it is very hard.
Rest in peace, Phil Hartman
22 years ago today, we lost Phil. pic.twitter.com/Y5eD9fgPZy— Daily Simpsons History (@dailysimpsons) May 28, 2020
You are still missed, 22 years later.
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