Infendo Radio Episode 314: E3 Victory Dance


Welcome all to episode 314 of Infendo Radio, where Harrison Milfeld, Lewis Pugh, Colin Crompton, and myself (Holly Fellmeth) do a little victory dance (metaphorically) after Nintendo’s impressive E3 showing. In an extra lengthy episode, we cover all of the biggest games Nintendo had at this year’s E3, from Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker to Bayonetta 2 to Zelda for Wii U.

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In addition to being a girl gamer, Holly prides herself on being a red-head. Consequently, the blue shell in the Mario Kart series is her natural enemy. Don't worry, though: she still loves Mario Kart and is very good, despite the occasional blue shell-sabotaged race. Like any Nintendo fan, Holly also loves Zelda, Pokemon, Mario, Donkey Kong, Metroid, name it. But she'll try just about anything (besides horror games) and has a soft spot for unique, little-known rhythm games like Rhythm Heaven and Samba de Amigo. NNID: Aeroweth


  1. What was the song at the end? I very much enjoyed that!

    Like I said elsewhere, I definitely liked Nintendo’s E3 “show” this year, and really feel like they won the show. Also, I don’t think the new Zelda is like Skyrim at all. Skyrim is not/was not the first/only open-world game, which is all they were saying Zelda will be. Hopefully they pull it off!

    As for what I want to see from Nintendo in the future/next year for E3? I would LOVE for Nintendo to do basically the same thing, but up the ante by 1) announcing and releasing a digital game right then and there at the show and 2) keeping with the last idea, make everything they show/talk about downloadable/playable (as the demos they are) for everyone at home. I’m sure Best Buy and GameStop love the customers coming in to play those demos, but it would be much better for the fans to be able to do it from home instead. Other than that, I think Nintendo just set a pretty high bar/standard this year (even for themselves).

    Anecdotally, I listened to a member of another Podcast that covers all systems (with the person in particular also primarily doing a Playstation podcast) say that he went online and immediately ordered his Wii U after watching the Digital Event. If that’s not a win, then I don’t know what is!

  2. The song is “Tomorrow is Mine,” which I believe is the main theme in Bayonetta 2. Actually, I have a bit of a confession. After hearing it on the podcast, I thought maybe Lewis used it in a previous episode. Does it sound familiar to you? Even the episodes I’ve been in, I have listened to, so I have an alright, but not perfect, sense of which music has already been used. Here’s a link to the song, if you want:

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