Author Archives: Justin Clough

Where would modern gaming be without the Nintendo 64?

I’m sure it won’t come as a surprise to anyone that I have a bit of a soft spot for Nintendo. I own every Nintendo system, every Mario platformer, and nearly all of the Legend of Zelda, Metroid, and other

Infendo Review: Brick Race (New 3DS)

Imagine if someone hacked a game of Tetris and turned it into a top down racing game, and you have Brick Race. Actually, it’s more like a top down object dodging game than an actual race. Let me explain. Start

“What if Zelda was a girl?”

All right, put away your torches and pitchforks. Yes, I realize Zelda is the princess, and therefore a girl; and the hero is Link, a boy. But the question is, why? When the most recent Zelda game, Tri-Force Heroes, was

Symphony of the Goddesses to perform on The Late Show

The Legend of Zelda’s traveling orchestral concert has been touring major cities since the franchise’s 25th anniversary in 2011, but unless you’ve been lucky enough to have the means to attend one of their live performances, probably the only place

The (Once and) Future King: Part 2

Read the first part of this article here. It has been a rocky couple of decades for Nintendo. Going into the mid-’90s, they were at the top of their game. The Super Famicom/Nintendo Entertainment System was a huge success, and

The Once (and Future) King

Most of us here at Infendo probably remember a time when Nintendo dominated the gaming market; a time when the name “Nintendo” was synonymous with video games; a time when Atari was dead and (literally) buried, Sega was just an