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Amiibo Cards: By BigKidToys

Several months ago, I found an amazing thing from Etsy.com. I found out that there are several sellers out there that actually make Amiibo Cards! Now, for those of you that have listened to Infendo Radio, you’ll know that I am a collector of sets of things. I feel the need to have complete sets, which has been my downfall with collecting Amiibo over the years. It is so expensive, and some of...

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition – Infendo Tag Team Review

Steve: Something happened to me with a game that I can only remember happening a small handful of times. I bought a game not once, not twice, but three times. Yes, three separate times. That game, was Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition. When Hyrule Warriors came to Wii U, I bought it and all of the DLC they offered for it ($69.98 total cost). I was quite happy with the game, but it got exceptional...

Monster Hunter: The Primal Urge

Monster Hunter was a game I had heard many people talk about for many years. It was a game that I knew I wanted to try, that I was not sure if I was prepared to play. It was a game that I had heard had a crazy big following across many consoles, but required a huge investment to learn. It had a huge learning curve, and was not an easy game to learn.  I don’t remember exactly when, but at som...

Infendo Review: Anker Portable Charger for Nintendo Switch

The Anker Portable Charger is the first Infendo Review I've written in a while. Let's face it. For me, I don't like writing bad reviews, and there are plenty of bad products out there. I guess I just feel bad throwing companies under the bus for their merchandise. Which is ironic, given my personality. The Anker Portable Charger for Nintendo Switch was an item I stumbled across on Amazon while loo...

Retro Review – Contra 4 (DS)

I haven’t played that many Contra games. Prior to Contra 4 the only Contra game I’ve had any real previous experience with is Operation C for the Game Boy and a little Contra III too on the SNES. Contra 4 feels right at home with those games. As the name of the game indicates this is a direct sequel to Contra III: The Alien Wars. So expect to fight against never ending hordes of various military t...

Retro Review – Contra 4 (DS)

At the time of its original release this was only the second portable Contra game in the series. Contra 4 does an amazing job at being both new and nostalgic at the same time. It is able to hit all the things that make a Contra game fun to play while also adding something to the series. And for player looking for a challenge Contra 4 delivers. This game is definitely recommended for anyone that wa...

Retro Review – Metroid II: Return of Samus (GB)

Metroid II holds up very well as a bite sized Samus adventure. By no means is it a long game. My play through was a little under 5 hours. I would absolutely recommend playing this game. Especially if you are interested in either the remake or Metroid Prime 4 when that is eventually released. Also I feel that this version of Metroid II could be played either before or after the remake as an excelle...

Retro Review – Metroid II: Return of Samus (GB)

First a little background information: Metroid II was my introduction to the Metroid franchise. My first time playing it was way back in the day on the original Game Boy as a kid. My parents gave me a Game Boy because every summer we would go on long road trips from Northern California to Southern California to visit my grandparents. Being in a car for 8 hours a day provides lots of free time for ...

Nugget of Wisdom: A Chicken Wiggle Review

At $14.99, for all the content it offers both online and offline, Chicken Wiggle is a steal, and a must have for any 3DS owner, new or lapsed. While I personally find the level editor overwhelming, there is a large community who evidently does not, and they are continuously creating new levels that are free to download.

Nugget of Wisdom: A Chicken Wiggle Review

By Steve Peacock There are a few developers I follow very closely. Yacht Club Games (Shovel Knight) and Gajin Games (Bit.Trip series) are two of the three that come to mind right off the bat. The one we are going to focus on today, Atooi, founded by Jools Watsham, is another of those devs. He is best known for Mutant Mudds, Mutant Mudds Super Challenge, and Xeodrifter. He is one of those devs that...

My Games Are Better Than Yours: Eugene’s Top 10 List of Games That Don’t Suck

Coming up with a list of ‘Best’ or ‘Top’ anything can be tricky. Just listen to Episode 400. For one, there isn’t a person on the planet who has played EVERYTHING, including the Infendo crew. While I might think a game such as Illusion of Gaia deserves top praise on any list, the vast majority of people don’t know what it is, or simply haven’t played it. Additionally, a beloved game such as Breath...

Steve Peacock’s Top 25 Favorite Nintendo Games

The idea for this article stemmed from Infendo Radio Episode 400. If you have not listened to that show….why are you here? Go listen! It was fantastic. The group had the idea to do an individual top 25 list, and I was the first one to say that sounded like a great idea. I was not able to be on 400, and was very disappointed by some of the games that got cut. For those of you that know me, you will...