E3 2014

Post E3 London event impressions: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Another round of punishment awaits. I was very surprised to find a playable demo of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate and this is the one title I wish I had more time with. I only had enough time to hunt one monster, so I thought, ‘let’s take on the cover star of Monster Hunter 4: Gore Magala.’ Now, the assistant at the demo station asked if I had played any of the previous games in the ...

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. Want us to rea...

Infendo Radio’s E3 Prediction Show – Results

Those of you who listen to the podcast regularly may recall the E3 Prediction Game Show from a few episodes back. Now that E3 has come and gone, we have the results! The contest is between those of us who were on the episode in question: myself (Holly), Harrison, Lewis, and Colin. In order to determine a winner, I re-listened to the prediction show and awarded basic points and a handful of bonus p...

Weekend Discussion: What did you think of Nintendo’s E3 showing?

Another E3 has come and gone, and we here at Infendo are happy to have shared countless posts on Nintendo’s latest games and projects. Now comes the hard part: waiting for many of the announced or previously announced titles to make their way to our living rooms. Well, that and catching some rest from all the E3 coverage we posted here on Infendo. Nintendo’s E3 presence has received a ...

Video: Robot Chicken segments from Nintendo’s Digital Event

We all knew from the start that Nintendo’s Digital Event was going to focused solely on first-party projects, but to have the makers of Robot Chicken provide some Nintendo-centric humor? Yeah, no one, including myself, did not see Nintendo going out their way to have the creators of the popular Adult Swim stop-motion animation show to take a few self-inflicted jabs at the company. But, it wa...

[Updated] Infendo reader gives an inside look into the Super Smash Bros. Invitational

Longtime Infendo reader Roboxer has been in touch and is graciously sharing with us, in photos, his E3 experience. He is one of the 3,000 lucky fans to have a wristband that guarantees entrance into the Nokia Theater in LA to watch the Super Smash Bros. Invitational. He was also selected to attend a Ubisoft lounge party, so hold back your insane jealousy as you check out his photos. And check back...

Video: The best moments from the Nintendo Digital Event

GamesRadar has shared a video talking about their favorite moments from this morning’s Nintendo Digital Event. There’s a lot of ground to cover from the entire event, but the folks at GamesRadar were able to pin together the moments that made them smile or jump up in joy. Enjoy! Speaking of which, what was your favorite moment from the Digital Event. Tell us in the comments below.

More details emerge on Hyrule Warriors, including release date

Developer insights and a flashy new trailer have revealed a thing or two about the Wii U crossover of Dynasty Warriors with Zelda, Hyrule Warriors. In addition to Link and Impa, Zelda and Midna will be playable characters in the game. The developers have made the lofty promise that whatever character you like from the Zelda franchise you can expect to play as in Hyrule Warriors. Each character has...

Star Fox game for Wii U teased briefly

(Not from the actual game) Today’s Nintendo Digital Event ended with a few words from legendary game developer Shigeru Miyamoto and showed him playing what seemed to be a new Star Fox game. After a clay-mation Fils-Aime shoots a  lazer beam from his eyes at a clay-mation fan who asks about a new Star Fox game, you have to guess Nintendo will mention something on the series. An article at IGN...

Mario Party 10 announced for Wii U

Nintendo has revealed for Mario Party 10 for the Wii U, which is slated for release in 2015. The tenth iteration in the popular party-based franchise will feature amiibo (the NFC figurine support announced during Nintendo’s Digital Event) support and include a new mode titled “Bowser Party.” The Bowser Party mode will have the player with the GamePad control Bowser as you try to ...

Guide Kirby with the GamePad in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse

Nintendo has promised to take better advantage of the Wii U GamePad in its first party titles, and upcoming Kirby and the Rainbow Curse seems to be one of the company’s ways to make good on that promise. If the trailer is any indication, the player will guide Kirby through side-scrolling levels by drawing paths on the GamePad. Like many of the titles announced at this morning’s E3 pres...

Tomonobu Itagaki’s Devil’s Third is a Wii U exclusive

Immediately after Nintendo’s Digital Event, IGN revealed that a new Wii U exclusive from Ninja Gaiden director Tomonobu Itagaki. The game titled, Devil’s Third, is a third-person action title that will also incorporate first-person elements alongside melee combat. IGN also states that the Devil’s Third will “feature objective-based, attack/defend competitive multiplayer mod...