Guitar Hero World Tour

This week’s New Game Get is Legendary!

Where do you even start with this one?  Not only does North America finally get a Starfy game, but Wii MotionPlus debuts with Tiger Woods and there’s Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings, not to mention Iron Maiden DLC for Rock Band 2 and new DSiWare Mario vs. Donkey Kong.  Ugh! So much more to see after the break in our New Game Get mega list! [Now updated with even more Rock Band 2 DLC!]

Deep Nintendological Thoughts #6: Please, oh please…

…don’t let there ever be a Guitar Hero: World Tour commercial that features Reggie Fils-Aime, Shigeru Miyamoto, Satoru Iwata and Cammie Dunaway. I say this because it seems like everyone who’s anyone is making one of these Risky Business knockoff spots. Honestly, don’t do it. I may become violent.

Rock Band 2 is better than Guitar Hero World Tour on Wii

Having played both Rock Band 2 (RB2) and Guitar Hero World Tour (GHWT), I can now deliver my final opinion:  Rock Band 2 is better. That’s a pretty broad statement, so let me break it down.

Rock Band 2 for Wii is already in stores

Just got back from Best Buy where they had a stack of Rock Band 2 for Wii already sitting on the floor, available for purchase today (shipping date is tomorrow).  It’s the full band kit only right now, though.  They didn’t have the disc-only version available (which is what I want since I have Guitar Hero World Tour instruments already).  They were also selling extra RB2 Wii drum se...

Rock Out With Infendo contest winner announced!

This was honestly one of the coolest bunches of entries we’ve ever had.  As each entry came in, Infendo HQ was buzzing with comments about “oh, this one is clearly the winner” and they just kept getting better. The votes are tallied, the judges were nearly split, but we have come to a consensus.  Congratulations to Justin with his video featuring a variety of bizarre rhythm ins...

Final Chance!! Rock out with Infendo and win Guitar Hero World Tour!

Don’t miss your final chance to win!  Contest ends today, Saturday, December 6th, at 5PM Eastern!  We’ll be posting the entries tomorrow!  Winner will be announced on Monday!!! Are you ready to rock? Infendo is giving away the first gift of Christmas, Guitar Hero World Tour for Wii! This is the complete band version of the game, including guitar, drums, and microphone. All you need ...

Guitar Hero + Bicycle = Bike Hero?

[youtube][/youtube] Wow, just wow.

Infendo Radio 125 enjoys a DSi Folk Disaster

Back from Halloween Vacation and ready to podcast your ears to mush, Infendo Radio is on the air!  This week Kyle and I blather on about such stuff as Animal Crossing City Folk, the DSi selling out in Japan, downloading Another Day To Die on Guitar Hero World Tour, the Wii outselling the N64, Reggie’s feelings about Disaster Day Of Crisis, and New Game Get.  Plus, we announce the winner of...

Guitar Hero: World Tour Wii unboxing

Activision was kind enough to send the “complete band version” of Guitar Hero World Tour to Infendo HQ yesterday. For any who still don’t own the game, here’s what physical goods you can expect for $190 plus tax. Quick impressions after the break. Full review pending.

New Game Get – Nintendo releases for the week ending November 1st

Yes, it’s finally here: Guitar Hero World Tour debuts this weekend, but what else is coming out for Wii & DS?  MySims Kingdom is out for Wii & DS and who would want to miss the new DS games Ninjatown or Little Red Riding Hood’s Zombie BBQ?! Full release list after the break.

Infendo Radio 124 is hypnotized by music

Prepare your ears and serve them well with Infendo Radio 124!  Listen up as we chat about music games this week and share a little Kirby love, too. Radio Feed iTunes Feed MP3 Be sure to leave some comments or give us a call on the Infendo Radio Hotline: 206-338-BIGN (206-338-2446). Podcast: Play in new window | Download (27.3MB)Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSS

Guitar Hero World Tour for Wii pleasantly surprises (and gives hope to Wii Music?!)

Perusing the feeds this afternoon, I was surprised to discover an article that basically amounts to a ringing endorsement of the New Generation of gaming. Not the “Next” Generation, which is a farce created by video game marketers, but “new.” As in, all-inclusive, approachable games that place fun before competition, and game play over graph–well, I won’t go the...