Infendo Radio Episode 350: Thanks for the memories!



Welcome everyone to episode 350 of Infendo Radio!

A Special Message

As you may of heard this is the last episode of Infendo Radio by Harrison Milfeld, Colin Crompton and myself Lewis Pugh. It wasn’t a quick or easy decision but we have decided to setup our own weekly podcast called Nintendo Voice, if you would like to continue to hear more from us please follow us at we are also on YouTube, iTunes and of course Twitter please do feel welcome to reach out and say hello!

Now onto the epic show! (epic intro also!)

We start off with Nintendo News! covering Mighty No. 9’s boxed release, Xenoblade’s Japanese launch, amiibo tab and the Yooka-Laylee Kickstarter!

We then move onto our special feature: Rare Memories where we discuss some of our favourite and most memorable classic Rare games.

Finally we wrap up the show with Community Comments and you have provided us some meaty questions to chew over from unannounced 2015 releases, favourite game of the year so far, amiibo! and more!

Thank you!

Thank you readers, listeners, staff and ex staff – everyone has been so supportive and made doing this so much fun.  It’s been really good to do allot with the podcast having been guest, editor and host all at some point. It’s been a great honour to have worked at Infendo and it is incredibly sad to leave, you will all be missed greatly.

If you like Infendo please support it! The site needs new righters and podcasters and this is your chance to do something great for a great community! If your interested in helping out in anyway please contact the site owner Daniel at


Click here to listen to the show on  your Wii U! 

Lewis Pugh is a game developer at Leuvsion ( for mobile platforms, born and bred on Nintendo gaming. Being a developer gives Lewis a unique perspective on Nintendo news, especially relating to the eShop and Nintendo Network. Today he plays Wii U and 3DS enjoying their distinctive gameplay offerings. Looking into what the future holds for Nintendo is always tricky, even with its established heritage, but that’s exactly what makes it so fun. NNID: Leuvsion


  1. I do not know if I consider myself a long-time fan, but I discovered you guys when Lewis was a guest at Nintendo World Report’s Radio Free Nintendo. Regardless, I love the podcast and the chemistry between everyone, and I do wish good luck with the future endeavors in Nintendo Voice (which I’ll happily follow after this).

    There’s not a lot of sites out there these days that focus on Nintendo, talk about Nintendo in a concise manner, or know how Nintendo operates. As a Nintendo fanboy since childhood, thank you, Infendo, for the listening pleasure you have given me!

  2. @ Kevin
    This place used to be one of the best Nintendo fan sites around, it’s sad for a longtime fan like myself to see it’s pretty much just a podcast at this point

  3. Yeah, I have to agree.

    I was a longtime reader, from back in the glory days. It has seen its ups and downs, but now it’s just a podcast blog anymore. I do love the podcasting, but I miss the posts, the reader reactions and all the discussions.

    At the same time I know it’s really hard to always post interesting and challenging stuff. Or new stuff. Other websites and twitter made it difficult to come up with something new. It’s just the way it is. I do hope the new writers aren’t overwhelmed by the task that awaits them, because it’s a big one. So good luck to them from me.

    And good luck to the old bloggers/podcasters too. Keep on going!

  4. Yes, this use to me the best Nintendo fan site, what really went wrong. I am a Nintendo fan and no matter what SONY or Microsoft cook up, I will still go for Nintendo and its good to know there are still Nintendo fans and fan Blogs out there.