Harrison Milfeld

Harrison Milfeld is a writer, editor, and freelance journalist from Missouri. Ever since he could walk, Harrison has been an avid fan of the world of Nintendo. For years, he has purchased every one of the company's subsequent products (yes, including the Virtual Boy and eReader). It wasn't until he was a young teen when he bought a PS2 that he began to embrace cross-console relations, a decision he doesn't regret. When he's not gaming, Harrison is looking to break into the magazine journalism industry and realize his dream of becoming a features reporter.

Splatoon announced for Wii U. Nintendo’s newest IP

Nintendo has announced a new IP for the Wii U, and it’s a multiplayer turf war that appears to be a cross between paintball and a little bit of Team Fortress (excuse the comparison, my fellow Valve fans). Titled Splatoon, the game will feature 4-player local multiplayer and 4v4 online. In the game, the main protagonist is a squid, but you will play as human characters in a battle to cover va...

Kid Icarus’ Palutena joins the Smash Bros. roster

Near the end of Nintendo’s Digital Event early this morning, Reggie Fils-Aime did his best Steve Jobs impression of “And one more thing.” That “one more thing” you ask? Well, a new addition to the Super Smash Bros. roster. The new addition is none other than Palutena from Kid Icarus. The reveal starts off with a stunningly beautiful hand-drawn animated sequence with L...

NFC detailed for Wii U and 3DS. Dubbed amiibo

We’ve all known for weeks that Nintendo had plans to unveil the full details on their NFC options for the Wii U and 3DS, but the company has finally pulled back the curtains on how it will work. In the video above, Bill Trinen of Nintendo of America shares how the new NFC figurines (now called amiibo) will interact with various Wii U and 3DS titles. The first title Trinen mentions is Super S...

Yarn Yoshi gets a new title. Release set for 2015

A lot hasn’t been known about Yarn Yoshi for the Wii U since it was first unveiled in early 2013. Now, we have more information alongside a new title and a release window. Officially titled Yoshi’s Wooly World, the game will be in the vein of previous Yoshi titles but with a new art style and gameplay options (exploration is heavily detailed). Watch the trailer above for more.

Open-world Zelda confirmed for Wii U

We were promised a tease of the new next-gen Zelda title for the Wii U, and that’s what we got during Nintendo’s Digital Event. In a brief presentation by longtime Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma, we are shown a glimpse of the world and art style to land of Hyrule. Aonuma later mentions the game will be open-world and the player can choose wherever they want to go. The short clip is embedde...

Watch the Nintendo Digital Event here

Nintendo’s Digital Event will be airing today. The streamed media briefing will be 47 minutes in length. You can watch the event at Nintendo’s official YouTube channel or at here at Nintendo’s E3 2014 website. Is your body ready?

Nintendo quietly announces new eShop titles for Wii U and 3DS at E3

Nintendo has released a bundle of trailers for upcoming eShop titles for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. The 20-plus trailers come a day early from Nintendo’s Digital Event, which seems to point to the company focusing more in first-party software during their streaming event. Enjoy! Also, thanks to NeoGAF for the information. The bevy of eShop trailers (Cubemen 2 is shown above) include the fol...

Shigeru Miyamoto will be showing off new games during Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3

Legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto has a message for those in attendance at E3 2014: I have new games to show. In a tweet from the official Nintendo of America Twitter account, Miyamoto will be showcasing some new games (an possibly his new IP) during Nintendo Treehouse: Live @ E3. The Treehouse event will be live streamed immediately after Nintendo’s Digital Event which airs tomorrow ...

Video: Really Freakin’ Clever – Metroid Prime

Joshua M. has posted a new video looking back at the Space Pirate Frigate prologue to Metroid Prime. In the video, we are taken aback to how Prime 1’s prologue level was an inventive and subtle way to teach the player the rules and controls as they become, in essence, Samus Aran. At eight minutes long, the video may not surprise many hardcore Metroid fans with new information, but it brings ...

The calm before the storm: Infendo’s E3 2014 predictions

E3 2014 is upon us, which is a blessing (and a curse for the stress and writing workload) for many game journalists and bloggers like us at Infendo. In a span of a few short days, Nintendo will be unveiling new games for the Wii U and 3DS and possibly some other surprises along the way. The excitement and anticipation alone has made myself included continue to dub E3 “Gamer Christmas.” We have alr...

Iwata will miss E3 due to a minor illness

Satoru Iwata will not be attending E3 in Los Angeles this year due to health-related reasons. A Nintendo representative confirmed the news to Polygon this morning. “He’s been instructed by his physician not to travel overseas in the immediate future, and so he will not be making the trip to Los Angeles,” said Nintendo’s Vice President of corporate affairs Cindy Gordon in an...

Fire Emblem’s Ike returns to Smash Bros.

Ike from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn will be making a return to the Super Smash Bros. roster. Nintendo confirmed this news with today’s Smash Bros. posting on the game’s website. This will be Ike’s second foray into the Smash Bros. universe, with his first outing coming in Super Smash Bros. Brawl on the Wii. He will also join fellow Fire Emblem returnee, Marth. Super Smash Bros. is...

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