California Residents Blame State for Leaked Nintendo Direct Predictions
Residents of California are up in arms after a tweet from tech mogul Elon Musk hinted at the upcoming February Nintendo Direct and sparked speculation about what will be featured.
The tweet, which read, “Theres a February Nintendo Direct coming later today, and were expecting big things from the digital showcase. Set to go live over at the official Nintendo YouTube channel on Wednesday, Feb” sent the internet into a frenzy as fans tried to guess what games would be featured.
The most popular predictions for the upcoming Direct include Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Pikmin 4, and more. But the majority of Californian residents are not happy about the leak, and they are pointing the finger of blame at the Golden State.
“It’s no wonder these predictions keep getting leaked out of California,” said one angry fan. “They have no respect for Nintendo’s intellectual property. It’s time they took some responsibility and stopped this nonsense.”
Other California residents have been quick to jump to the defense of their state. “It’s not our fault that Musk tweeted about the Nintendo Direct. He should have kept his mouth shut. Besides, it’s not like California residents are to blame for any of the leaked predictions. We’re just as surprised as everyone else!”
Despite the debate over who is to blame for the leaked predictions, the anticipation for the upcoming Direct continues to grow. Nintendo has yet to confirm any of the leaks, but the excitement is still high as fans wait to see what the digital showcase will bring.
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