Wondering why you’re feeling a rumbling in your tummy a day earlier than usual? That’s because the Shacknews Dump has come quicker than expected this week. We told you to lay off all that brisket and prune juice, but you just wouldn’t listen, and now here we are. But really, we’re just taking tomorrow off, so we’re wrecking the toilet a day early this week.
For the July 2, 2020 edition of The Dump, we’re going to be discussing a lot of stuff and not all of it is light-hearted or funny. We’ll be starting out on a serious tone as we talk about the allegations that have come forth today in the Smash Bros. community as well as Twitch’s recent decision to ban Dr.Disrespect and temporarily ban Trump. We’ll also be taking a look the delays of Crysis Remastered and the opening of the Super Mario World theme park, along with a few more of this week’s top stories.
We’ll be getting everything started around 1:30pm PT/4:30pm ET over on the official Shacknews Twitch page. If you want to join in on our conversation, you’ll need to head over to Twitch to interact with the show. If you don’t feel like leaving the comfort of the Shacknews website, you can just chill here and catch all the action in the embedded player below, but you can’t interact with the chat room here. Regardless, we appreciate you tuning in.
Here’s a few links to today’s stories if you want to prep for discussion before today’s Dump:
- Dr. Disrespect has reportedly been perma-banned from Twitch
- Twitch temporarily bans Trump for hateful conduct
- Universal Studios Japan delays Super Nintendo World opening
- Crysis Remastered delayed several weeks
- Fortnite is finally leaving Early Access, Save the World will remain premium experience
- Amazon Studios' Crucible reverts to closed beta, pens open letter to fans
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