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Scott Pilgrim has amazing art and music

Scott Pilgrim vs the World was once stated as being in development as a DS title but that has changed over time. The game is now headed to the 360 Arcade and the Playstation Network; which is a bit of a shame since the game seemed to fit the handheld well judging from earlier videos and screens. The game’s art is being designed by Paul Robertson who is well known for his unique sprite work a...

3D Dot Game Heroes, A great Homage

While Infendo usually reviews Nintendo related games, and most of you are wondering why 3D Dot Game Heroes is being reviewed on this site. I have to say that this game is heavily tied to the 8bit era, and has an even stronger tie to the original and famous Nintendo game, The Legend of Zelda. However, the question remains… is 3D Dot Game Heroes a complete rip off of a great game? or is it som...

Link invades 3D Dot Game Heroes, a Zelda knock off game for PS3

As seen on Game Informer. Man does this game look fun. Bring it to Wii, Atlus!

Majority of readers own more than one console, but not majority of gamers

After nearly 1000 votes, 59 percent of Infendo readers say they own more than one current generation console, which include Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3. Given that the majority of Infendo readers are gaming enthusiasts, that’s less than one might expect. It’s also soft proof that the majority of gamers only own a single console, because let’s face it: video games can be expensive, bot...

Are we really satisfied with the Wii?

Are we really satisfied with the Wii? Should we be? Shouldn’t Nintendo be trying harder? It’s a question IGN’s Matt Casamassina brought up in his December editorial Nintendo is Lazy and You Don’t Care. Although not the only, or the main point in his editorial, Casamassina repeatedly cites both The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and Super Mario Galaxy as the “epic...

Poll: Do you own more than one current generation console?

It’s a simple question! {democracy:108}

Gamefly goes Tangible with G-BOX Rentals

Gamefly continues it’s tradition of human interaction free game rental with the Gamefly G-BOX. Similar to DVD rental machines found in grocery stores, the G-Box allows customers to rent video games on a day-to-day basis for a small fee – 1.99 per day for Wii games 2.49 per day for Xbox 360 and Ps3 games. The first G-BOX was installed in Texas Tech University’s Barnes & Noble ...

The future of gaming is a Gears of War 8/10 rating

The collective piling on (one could use much more graphic, vulgar terminology) that the review community has done with Gears of War has gotten my cynical side thinking again, and by that I mean more than the usual 24 hours a day. But instead of attacking GoW, I am going to use its popularity to show how the Wii is arriving at precisely the right time. First off, GoW is a great game. It is an actio...

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