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Infendo Review: WanderjahR TryAgainOrWalkAway

What I played of it I absolutely adored. I love the variety of enemies and the humor of the game. It is bright, colorful, and it's so much fun to see a well thought out strategy come to fruition. But, it is a hardcore strategy game that will require a lot of planning, strategizing, and a bit of luck, which I simply did not have. I mentioned on Infendo Radio Episode 429 that I was pleasantly surpri...

Infendo Review: WanderjahR TryAgainOrWalkAway

It’s no secret that there are a plethora of games available on the Switch. Every week, we get anywhere from five to twenty new games. And, unfortunately, it can be very difficult to sort out the good from the bad sometimes. One that should not be ignored, is WanderjahR. As far as the genre goes, this one is a little bit tough to describe. It is definitely an RPG. You have a team of four char...

Infendo Review – World To The West (Switch)

World to the West is an odd game. A top down adventure game featuring four playable heroes, the game attempts to capture on the charm of games like A Link To The Past, while calling on the multiple-heroes gameplay reminiscent of Donkey Kong 64. Each character has their own unique skills that allow them to accomplish their own tasks, which ultimately leads to a combined resolution of the goal at ha...

Infendo Review – World To The West (Switch)

World to the West is an odd game. A top down adventure game featuring four playable heroes, the game attempts to capture on the charm of games like A Link To The Past, while calling on the multiple-heroes gameplay reminiscent of Donkey Kong 64. Each character has their own unique skills that allow them to accomplish their own tasks, which ultimately leads to a combined resolution of the goal at ha...

My Lunch in Gaming #2: Retro City Rampage DX (Switch)

Retro City Rampage DX seems to take every advantage to reference, well, anything. I am still very early in the game and I have already had a Duck Hunt, Mortal Kombat II, and a Mario Bros. references (all excellent).Retro City Rampage DX’s introduction to gameplay mechanics moves a little fast early on. What I mean is a lot is introduced to you very quickly. You are tasked with helping rob a ba...

My Lunch in Gaming #2: Retro City Rampage DX (Switch)

I love portable gaming. So I play video games everywhere I can, including while at work. What follows are my thoughts for FEB/5/2018-FEB/9/2018 while playing Retro City Rampage DX during My Lunch in Gaming.   FEB/5/2018 On my way to my hideout I ran over a bunch of people (on accident?) while driving and earned an Achievement. This is my introduction to Retro City Rampage DX. Anyone who has p...

Ports… Ports Everywhere…

A year ago I wanted Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition baaaaad. I mean, I was jonesing hard, man. The first version for the Wii U was a fantastic experience, and Legends on the 3DS only added to the amazement. There were reasons to play both: from a gameplay perspective, Legends was the clear winner, but being on the 3DS certainly held it back from a technical standpoint. And so, my moments betwee...

My Lunch in Gaming: The End Is Nigh (Switch)

As stated my thumbs hurt and my hands are sweaty. I guess that is expected from a game like this. Having never played Super Meat Boy I feel like I did pretty well with this game so far. I really like the artistic style of the game, the controls are very tight, and the music/sound effects are great. As my lunch break comes to an end I would totally recommend The End Is Nigh. It is a great game for ...

My Lunch in Gaming: The End Is Nigh (Switch)

I love portable gaming. What follows are my thoughts and impressions on what I’ve been playing during the week of JAN/2/2018 – JAN/5/2018 during My Lunch in Gaming. The End Is Nigh   JAN/2/2018 I died immediately with this game. I made the mistake of starting the game without any volume on my Switch so I missed the first part of the introduction. I moved the main character Ash and touched the...

Infendo’s 2017 GOTY Awards

On this week’s show, we gave our Game of the Year awards out to 14 different categories. In case you missed the fun, but can’t wait for the produced show (or the Early Birdo Special to our patrons), you can find all of our selections here! What do you think, do you agree with our choices? Did we miss a truly amazing game you want to get recognition? Let us know in the comments below! &...

Retro Review – Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (Game Boy)

Mild Spoilers! Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins continues Mario’s portable adventures on the original Game Boy. Like Super Mario Land before it, Super Mario Land 2 is a traditional platforming game where you control Mario in his quest to reclaim his castle that was stolen from him and locked away behind a magical seal. Mario can break the magic seal is by collecting the six golden coins that are...

Retro Review – Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (Game Boy)

Super Mario Land 2 is an excellent portable Mario game. It does a great job of re-using some of the familiar enemies/power-ups/items while introducing a bunch of new things, and Wario, to the series. The game is a little on the short side, it is only 32 levels long, but this also adds to the enjoyment of the game. Unlike Super Mario Land before it, where you had to play through the entire game in ...