Justin Clough

Infendo’s Live Chat Reaction to Nintendo’s E3 2018 Direct

Rather than try to coordinate a live recording or reaction video, we decided to open a Discord chat and discuss our reactions that way. Here is a streamlined transcript of what we said. Time stamps are included for reference, just in case you want to watch and read along with us. (Unfortunately, time stamps only appear when a new person talks, or after a significant lapse in the chat, so consider ...

An Interview with Horizon Chase Composer Barry Leitch

Chasing the Horizon in Top Gear (Yes, that was the best title I could think of. Deal with it.) Today, Aquiris Game Studio released their hit mobile game, Horizon Chase, on the PlayStation 4 and Steam in an enhanced Turbo edition, with a Nintendo Switch port announced for later this year. Horizon Chase is a retro-styled racing game that simulates the scrolling background effect used in almost every...

Membrane Review (Switch)

Now That’s What I Call a Sticky Situation!   A man is sitting quietly in his living room, scrolling mindlessly through Facebook when, without warning, he hears a faint buzzing. A fly has flown in through the open window. It circles his head, buzzes his ear, meanders around the room for a few seconds, and lands comfortably on his leg. He stares it a for a moment, contemplating his option...

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap – Review

Dragons and Mermen and Mice, Oh My! Based on my observations, there are essentially three types of remakes. The first is often called a reimagining, in which the original property is taken as a jumping off point into a completely new, yet familiar experience. The second is known as an enhanced remake. These take the original material and alter it in an attempt to improve it and fix the rough spots...

Switch Screenshots Creating Digital Clutter

One of the things I was excited about when I got my Switch was the fact that they made taking and sharing screenshots more convenient. Anyone who follows me on Twitter knows that I meticulously documented my journey through Breath of the Wild via screenshots. The prospect of doing so with the touch of one button could only improve the process, right? For those of you who didn’t use the featu...

The Conduit – Retro Review

One of the Wii’s biggest weaknesses was a lack of good third party games. Another was a lack of games geared towards teens and adults. Midway through the console’s life, a few publishers tried to fix these issuess by releasing quality software for these demographics. One of those publishers was SEGA. One of those games was The Conduit. The Conduit is a first-person shooter, developed b...

Justin’s List of the Best Nintendo Games

A Nigh Impossible Task When I found out we would each be doing our own separate Top 10 Nintendo lists, I first thought “This will be a cinch. I can easily think of 10 best ever Nintendo games.” Then Steve did his top 25 and I panicked. How can I, a guy who loves games but plays very few (especially since adulthood kicked in), make a list of the 25 best Nintendo games without basically ...

Review: NES30 Pro and FC30 Pro Controllers by 8Bitdo

Nintendo Switch Review By Steve Peacock Thinking back to when I preordered my Switch, I remember thinking how cool it was that the Switch was ready for two people to play right out of the box. We don’t generally have people over to play games with us, so I figured I would be okay with just the Joy-Con that come in the box. Boy, was I wrong. When Mario Kart 8 Deluxe came out, I began to look ...

The New Nintendo 2DS XL: All the Tech, Zero Depth

On April 27th, Nintendo unveiled the latest product in the “3DS Family”, the New Nintendo 2DS XL, a cheaper, slimmer version of 2015’s New Nintendo 3DS XL without the 3D display. In October 2013, Nintendo released the original 2DS exclusively in North America, a cheaper version of the smaller 3DS without a 3D display or clamshell design. The 2DS was intended for younger and more ...

10 Classic Nintendo Games That Haven’t Been Remade, but Should Be

I know what you’re thinking. Doesn’t Nintendo already remake everything? Well, yes, Nintendo is notorious for releasing, re-releasing, and re-re-releasing many of their more popular titles. Take Metroid for example. Excluding its original release on the Famicom Disk System and Nintendo Entertainment System, Metroid has been rereleased a grand total of six times (the Classic NES Series ...

The Legend of Zelda: Convolution of Time

The latest reveal of Breath of the Wild has raised a question that arises every time a new Zelda game has been announced or released for the past decade or so: When does it take place? For a while, there seemed to be a comprehensive timeline. The Legend of Zelda was succeeded by Zelda II, taking place a few years later. The events of A Link to the Past were, as the Western region title suggested, ...

Retro Review: Luigi’s Mansion

What’s worse than winning a haunted mansion in a contest you don’t remember entering? What’s worse than finding out your braver, stronger, older brother is trapped inside that mansion? What’s worse than also being trapped in said mansion with the task of clearing out all the ghosts being the only way out? A writer with Attention Deficit Disorder who becomes so preoccupied w...

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