Nintendo Minute’s Kit And Krysta Say Goodbye In Their “Final Episode”

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updates [Sat 15th Jan, 2022 00:45 GMT]: In an update via social media, Krysta has announced she has decided to move on from Nintendo. Here’s her full statement:

“After over 14 years, I’ve decided to leave Nintendo. To be able to work at my dream job for so long and be part of some of the most memorable moments in gaming has been truly incredible. But the best part was all the people that I’ve had the privilege to work with.

“They’ve inspired me everyday and I’m thankful to call them lifelong friends. I’m really excited for what the future holds and I hope you all stay with me on this crazy journey. I love you all.”

Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser also chimed in to thank Krysta for her contributions to the company over the years:

Thank you so much, Doug! You’re awesome 🤩— Krysta Yang (@breath0air) January 14, 2022

And so did Kit:

You are an absolute legend and I am so proud of you, and what we accomplished together pic.twitter.com/kQF3sHh87E— Kit Ellis (@kitosan) January 14, 2022

Original story [Sat 18th Dec, 2021 04:05 GMT]: If you subscribe to Nintendo’s official YouTube channel, you’ve likely seen at least one episode of ‘Nintendo Minute’ hosted by Kit and Krysta. Each week they talk about the latest happenings in the world of Nintendo and of course play some games.

Sadly though, it seems they’ve just aired their final episode. The show started out in 2013, and after 8 years and over 400 episodes, Nintendo has decided to end it. The “final episode” is an emotional reflection on Kit and Krysta’s ‘Nintendo Minute’ journey over the years.

Just a couple of people who had changed their lives by being able to connect with all of you through Nintendo Minute. Eight years, 400+ episodes, too many good memories to count. Thank you for all of it. pic.twitter.com/7DwkAcJf6J— Kit Ellis (@kitosan) December 17, 2021

Every moment was incredible. Thank you for everything! 🤍 #nintendominute pic.twitter.com/o21fOj0xfv— Krysta Yang (@breath0air) December 17, 2021

Although the show has now ended, according to the Twitter profiles of Kit and Krysta – both are still employed at Nintendo of America. If we hear anything else, we’ll be sure to provide an update.

On behalf of Nintendo Life, thanks to Kit and Krysta for their contribution to the Nintendo community. How do you feel about this news yourself? Tell us in the comments below.

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