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Elias and Ervin have been doing a great job for the site handling news during the night shift for a long period now. Unfortunately though, both will be stepping down soon due to some personal situations. However, the site continues on, and we will be looking for some fresh faces to publish news on the site during certain periods of the day.

These are the positions we currently have open:

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Hello! I have a quick site update to share with you all.

I’m not sure how many of you use RSS feeds these days, but ours was recently updated to include photos. If you use something like Feedly (or any other RSS reader), the featured image for each post should finally appear. A few of you requested this in the past, and since I figured it’d be easy enough to implement, I’ve been slightly reworking our RSS feed over the past few days. Nothing ever comes easy and we had to clear a few unforeseen backend issues, but I believe everything should be running properly now. If this isn’t working for you for whatever reason, shoot us an email and we’ll try to troubleshoot.

I also wanted to provide a quick update regarding the call for open positions back in August. We’ve been making good progress, but I’ll ask everyone for their patience in knocking things out there. There’s been a lot happening as of late between Gamescom, various indie live streams, showcases, and more. That’s been taking up a lot of time, along with my many other daily/weekly responsibilities. I think you all know that it’s extremely rare for me to talk about myself in any way since I always put the focus on Nintendo news, but I’ll just say outright that I’m feeling very exhausted. In any case, I’m hoping to have a final resolution with the open positions within the next couple of weeks or so – we’ll follow up with those that we’ll be moving forward with. Thank you for your patience!

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It’s always great when we’re able to expand the Nintendo Everything team, but we haven’t quite had the opportunity to do so as of late. It’s been about a half a year since we put out a call for new reviewers. If you count other positions, it’s been much longer than that. But now that E3 and a few other things have settled down, we’re hoping to expand in a few different areas.

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Update: Contact form is working again, but we still cannot receive any messages sent directly to at this time. Please use the contact form to get in touch with us for the time being.

If you’ve been wondering where we’ve been for the past day and a half: no, we didn’t take a break! The site unfortunately experienced a massive issue, but I’m happy to say that we’re back.

I don’t want to delve too far into the details since I barely understand the situation myself. The main takeaway is that our entire host went down and has yet to recover – additional websites other than just Nintendo Everything were affected. Eventually, we regrouped and moved the entire site elsewhere, and thankfully our constant backups came in handy. Due to the size of NE (we’re talking about 13 years of content here), having an extremely small team working on the situation (myself and one other person), and some other factors, it took a bit longer than we would have liked to get everything back online. It was especially frustrating since things were out of our hands initially – if the issue was specific to NE, we could have addressed things ourselves and gotten back online sooner.

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Hi all,

I hope you’ve been having a safe and restful holiday. We have a brief update regarding the status of our staff.

We’re currently looking to expand the amount of reviewers we have on our team. If you’re interested in joining us, please send a message here. Please select “Site Position” and mention your age, region/country, and any writing experience you have (if any – if you don’t have any, that’s fine!). We’ll follow up with each person individually.

That’s it! Hope to hear from some of you soon.


We are no longer accepting new submissions at this time. We appreciate the interest!

Do you like Nintendo? Do you like writing about the latest gaming news? Then perhaps you’ll want to come join our news team!

We’re currently looking to bring in one person who will be handling the site on weekdays. You’ll be responsible for updating Nintendo Everything with the latest news during the following times:

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It’s that time again: we have some staff openings available, and are looking to add some fresh faces to the team. Right now there are two positions in particular we’re looking to fill. Along with a new night shift news editor to help Devin out, we’re hoping to expand our lineup of Japanese translators.

For the news position, you will be responsible for covering the site twice per week (those days would be decided once you’ve been brought on board) at the following times:

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Around the middle of last month, I added a post to the site mentioning our interest in bringing in a couple of new reviewers. The response was really overwhelming, as we had a ton of interest in the position – definitely more than was expected. We ended up receiving a ton of applications so it took me a little over a month to respond to everyone’s initial emails, read through samples, and think about who would be best for the position.

We’ve now notified the people we’ll be moving forward with. I want to thank everyone who showed interest initially as well as for their patience during the decision-making process. I truly appreciate it.

But the search for new blood is never over! Right now we’re considering expanding our translators team. If you believe you’re knowledgeable with Japanese and have what it takes, please send in an email here (select “Site Position”). Note that it’s technically an unpaid position, but we’ve been slowly moving towards compensation. Also, unlike the recent reviewer position, we’re much less certain about how many people we’ll add (if any). We’ll only expand the team if it makes sense for everyone involved. Thanks!

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Update: Thanks to everyone who has expressed interest in joining our team! There was a massive response – many more people wrote in than I was expecting. I’ve been sending out a bunch of email to those who submitted an email over the past week or so, but still have a little ways to go. The Nintendo Direct and me being sick also threw a bit of a wrench into things. Thanks for your patience, and I’ll respond to everyone ASAP. Also, please note that we will no longer accept further entries.

You know what we haven’t done in a long time? Add some new reviewers to the team. The last time we did this was three years ago! With all of the Switch games coming out these days (don’t sleep on those eShop-only titles), we really need to fix that.

I don’t want to put a number on it, but we’re probably looking to bring in a couple of new reviewers. If you’re at least 18 years old, are interested in possibly reviewing games for Nintendo Everything, and would like to learn more, shoot us an email by visiting our contact form. Choose the “Site Position” option and please tell us your age as well as which part of the world you’re located in. Please note that this is an unpaid position. We’ll follow up as soon as possible with each person.

Thanks all!

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