GamerGate has made its way out of the internet trenches of 4chan and 8chan and into mainstream media, most recently with Stephen Colbert dedicating a portion of his show Wednesday night to the topic (including his obsession with Ms. Pac-Man) and interviewing host of "Feminist Frequency" Anita Sarkeesian.
For those out of the loop, here's a brief overview of GamerGate via Know Your Meme:
GamerGate refers to the online backlash against perceived breaches of journalistic integrity on video game news sites that occurred as a result of the Quinnspiracy, an online controversy surrounding indie game developer Zoe Quinn's alleged affairs with a number of men working in the video game industry, including Kotaku staff writer Nathan Grayson.
Warning, minor spoilers ahead!
This new tease is in line with what we've learned in the past; the Telltale take on Game of Thrones will definitely take place in the North. This new teaser refers specifically to both the Greyjoys (Squids) and the Boltons (Flayed Men), and to the Wolfswood, which is the biggest forest in the North, all of which points to a part of the series the show hasn't yet gotten to. It's entirely likely that this game will take place concurrently with where the next season of the show will pick up during Stannis' struggle in the North. Thankfully, we shouldn't have to wait as long for the first episode of the game as we do the next season of the show.
You may remember that Iwata has been out of commission for a while as he's recovered from surgery to remove a tumor in his bile duct, but he's officially back in business just in time to deliver another good piece of news: Nintendo saw a profit of $224 million/24.2 billion yen in the last quarter. 1.27 million 3DS units and 610,000 Wii Us were sold last quarter bringing their lifetime totals to 45.4 million and 7.29 million respectively.