Ninty Today was founded as a resource site and news blog for Nintendo fans to discuss all the hottest games, accessories, and rumors surrounding the Nintendo Switch.
Our managing editor is Ashley King, who previously served as the managing editor of Wii U Daily and Nintendo Today for six years. She covered the launch of the Wii U and every bit of news all the way up to the launch of the Nintendo Switch.
Her full body of work from NT was scrubbed to remove her name, thanks to a less than amicable separation from the parent company. Now Ninty Today is being re-built from the ground up as a place for the NT community to congregate and enjoy Nintendo coverage from someone who is passionate about Nintendo games.
Ninty Today has a big focus on Switch indie titles that have been releasing left and right, thanks to the massive amount of support Nintendo is giving its Nindie creators.
Are you an indie developer who wants to see your game featured on our site? Please don't hesitate to contact us to discuss opportunities.
In January 2018, the owner of NintendoToday.com informed all of his employees that he was looking into selling the company. He asked all of us to stay on until March 31st, 2018 to help transition the company to its new owner. We all agreed and continued to work, but it was clear that there would be no solid offers on either Phandroid.com or NintendoToday.com by February.
After repeatedly asking the owner to pay out Amazon bonus payments that were due in November, I stopped writing for Neverstill Media entirely. The owner was highly displeased that I stopped and attempted to get me to bargain my last paycheck against the bonus that he owed me. This left a sour taste in my mouth and I quit Neverstill at the end of February once I was finally able to get the bonus payments that were owed to me.
I took a break for a few months to determine what I wanted to do, but really missed having a community of Nintendo fans who were looking forward to my work, especially since the Nintendo Switch is much more of a success than the Wii U. When I saw that NT was not being maintained well after I left, I created Ninty Today and will continue to update it just like I did WUD/NT.