Infendo Radio Episode 327: Greetings from Canadia


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Welcome, everyone, to episode 327 of Infendo Radio. In this episode, we introduce a special addition to the podcast from “Canadia,” Justin Riley. He, Lewis, and I talk about what we’ve been playing (Hyrule Warriors and Bravely Default), cover Nintendo news (the Super Smash Bros. Open Tournament and Watch Dogs), and finish with a community comments/questions section (are today’s games too easy?). If you’re wondering about the “Canadia” thing, well, you’ll just have to listen to find out.

Thank you to Justin for joining us this week, and thanks to those of you listeners who sent in your comments and questions! If you have any more of them on this episode or anything Nintendo-related, don’t hesitate to send them in an e-mail to or leave them in a comment below this post, if you’re in your web browser.

Enjoy the show!

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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. I’m going to guess next week’s podcast has a title along the lines of “Get good!”

    I had another comment or two, but have forgotten since listening. Guess I’ll have to listen again to jog my memories.

  2. You’re the best. ^_^

  3. Thanks for mentioning me in the podcast. It was fun listening to while jogging.

    The new question I had which popped into my head while listening, got answered right after I had it: “Do tutorials take too long/are tedious or are they a ‘necessary evil’, sometimes?”

    I feel the same like you guys, although I think that getting to know a game just by playing it, can be a lot of fun too. Luckily, a lot of games are still learned and played this way. Although I sometimes miss the option of disabling tutorials, because they’re too tied into the game for being part of ‘the story’.

    Oh, and my nickname originates from my first steps on the internet. I must’ve been twelve or thirteen. Called myself ‘Frexy’ back then. Abbreviated it into FrX, pronounced as ‘Frex’.
    But I don’t really mind how you pronounce all that jibber jabber. 🙂