Infendo Radio Episode 331: Halloween 2014

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Welcome to our special Halloween episode of Infendo Radio! In this episode, Colin Crompton, Justin Riley, and myself discuss the recent Super Smash Bros. for Wii U “50-Fact Extravaganza” stream and our Halloween recommendations (Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, Zombies Ate My Neighbors, and more). Let us know if you play any of our Halloween picks and what you thought about them! You can send your thoughts on that or on anything else discussed in the podcast in an e-mail to contact@infendo.com. Alternatively, you can leave a comment below this post if you’re in your web browser.

Enjoy the show, and have a happy Halloween!

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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, Kirby...you 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

5 Comments

  1. I know that they are releasing Costume Quest 2 on the Wii U soon, but I loved the first on PS3. It’s an RPG where you go trick-or-treating and have turned based battles with goblins. Your abilities depend on the costumes that you are wearing. It’s really fun and could be up there with Luigi’s Mansion for an age appropriate game.

  2. It sounds a lot better than the title suggests.

  3. Its a very basic RPG, so don’t expect a deep experience, but I had a lot of fun with it, it’s festive and it’s from Tim Schaefer I believe.

  4. BTW, How’s Bayonetta so far Colin? Or do I even want to ask and get an answer that’s going to make me more upset that I still can not get it…

  5. Anthony, get the tissues ready.

    Bayonetta 2 is a rare example of a game that gets rave reviews and actually deserves every positive comment directed towards it.

    I won’t go into specifics as I will be reviewing the game at some point this week, but if you were a fan of the original (as I was) then Bayonetta 2 has to be the one game you have to get this year for the Wii U (besides Smash).

    Of course, the Wii U version of the first Bayonetta is absolutely amazing too.