I mentioned at the end of the latest episode of Infendo Radio that I came across an old Nintendo peripheral at my local shopping mall. This, ladies and gentlemen, is my short story of an old handheld peripheral coming back into my life. While getting a haircut at a local mall, I was walking past a claw machine, originally used for prizes such as PSPs, Nintendo DSes, and various oversized plushes o...
While attending class at DePaul University, Infendo reader Anthony Colon spotted some Nintendo-related chalk art at a nearby street. Anthony stated this in an email accompanying the above photo: “It was definitely a nice reminder of my childhood.” Couldn’t agree anymore, Anthony. Plus, chalk art (especially in college towns) is always a welcome sight.
Pretty sure that I just snapped a picture of Hiroshi Yamauchi, the 14th richest man in Japan and Nintendo’s largest shareholder. What was Yamauchi-san doing tonight in LA? Well, looking after his former company of course! After all, he was once president of Nintendo of Japan!
It’s been a long time since we’ve posted a Nintendo Spotting. Here’s the latest from Infendo reader Danny: “Triforce spotted at “Amsterdam Amstel’ train station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. No didn’t draw it myself 🙂 Thanks, Danny
Growing up, I was lucky enough to have the Nintendo hardware goods (consoles, Game Boy, etc), but never the “extras” that would have truly solidified my standing as the neighborhood fan-infant and later fanboy. Sheets, custom room, stickers—never really had any of that, sadly. This little guy, on the other hand, is starting life off right thanks to a dedicated dad with a steady h...
Check out this sweet Kid Icarus mouse pad that features the queen of darkness herself, Medusa. There’s a bunch of cool mouse pads out there in the world, but not many that feature Nintendo characters. Also, on the subject, does anyone even use mouse pads anymore? Or do you have any cool gaming related ones like this?
Never has an Easter Egg been so proud to be decorated than it has been today. Graced with the red, black and white color scheme of a PokÃ©ball, this egg might be confused for the real thing by any PokÃ©mon Trainer. You can find another PokÃ©mon themed egg after the jump!