Infendo Channel (Beta) talks Swords & Soldiers

Welcome to Infendo Channel – a modest experiment in video content! We’re still finding our “voice” on this one, so let’s call it Episode “Beta.” As this feature evolves we hope to bring you video interviews, game reviews, humorous commentary, and nostalgic retrospectives. Why? Because sometimes words just aren’t enough.

In this Episode we take a brief look at Swords & Soldiers for WiiWare.

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13 Responses to Infendo Channel (Beta) talks Swords & Soldiers

  1. Blake says:

    Impressive production, commentary, and close, Sean. More please! How about “the most unique WiiWare game yet”?

  2. King says:

    Top notch. You should really work for Infendo. Errr, I mean Nintendo

  3. Paul says:

    Sound is waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too low.

    Otherwise, cool video. The game reminds me a bit of Plants vs. Zombies with the whole one direction thing.

  4. bbelt says:

    Nice review.
    I just don’t comprehend why these developers arent implementing online play. I play games with my buddy, 400 miles away. This is right up our alley! But I cant play him. So instead of selling two copies to us, they sell zero.
    Get with the times here people!

  5. Dover says:

    needs some low music in the background from the game.

  6. HyperSonic says:

    That’s a great review, the side scrolling worried me a bit, but now I might get this once I get the points.

    And as for the video idea, I liked the video a lot. Well thought out and I liked the visuals.

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  8. Used Cisco says:

    Very well put together. And a really informative review to boot. I look forward to future installments.

    And like another guy said, tweak the audio levels just a bit and maybe add some background music from the game and it will really shine. But this was a truly fantastic first effort!

  9. paravion says:

    Good job Sean! You’ve got a nice voice too.

  10. Lance says:

    Bring up the volume for the voice, and add a bit of music from the game for the background.

    This game looks entertaining, although they need multiplayer. Split screen makes it too easy to cheat. Your buddy can look at your screen and see exactly what you’re currently building or creating.

  11. Phil Myth says:

    Cool review – but I’d love to see something like this featured in an Infendo Channel that was a T.V. version of Infendo Radio – that would rock!

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