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Infendo Presents: The History of Nintendo – Part 4 Famicom

History of Nintendo

Welcome to the Infendo Presents: The History of Nintendo! Join us as we chronicle Nintendo from their humble hanafuda beginnings, to the dominance of the Wii and DS and beyond! When last we left Nintendo, the company was just starting to

Infendo Radio Episode 278: Happy 30th Famicom!

  Scott Pratt,¬†Harrison Milfeld and myself (Lewis Pugh) welcome you to another enhanced podcast. In Episode 278 of Infendo Radio we go double-team on a better late than never review of Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon, discuss the latest Nintendo News

Old Famicom Games – Nazo no Murasamejou

Nazo no Murasamejou was one of the few original Nintendo releases that never made it outside of Japan; this was due to its limited sales success. The game features a similar engine to The Legend of Zelda, but it also

Super Famicom classic controller available to all on Play-Asia

Previously only available through Japan’s Club Nintendo, the classic controller that looks and functions identically to the original SNES/Super Famicom is can now be ordered from anywhere on Play-Asia. Play-Asia does claim that it is the “club-nintendo limited edition” and

Japanese wall of Famicom nostalgia costs $7,300

Importers and Japanese residents might want to get down to gaming mecca Akihabara today. Why? Because some crazy store is offering a “complete set” of 1,051 Famicom games for about $7,300. Complete set is in quotes because there’s a small

Famicom card holders for nerdy businessmen

Now you’re working with power! Nerd Approved posted yesterday a beautiful selection of business card holders in the form of deliciously retro Famicom game cartridges. The card holders can be purchased from Game Asylum for $8.80 each. They are available