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Infendo Radio Episode 330: Turbulent History

Infendo Radio Episode 330: Turbulent History

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Welcome to episode 330 of Infendo Radio! In this episode, Harrison Milfeld, Lewis Pugh, Colin Crompton, and myself find ourselves inadvertently exploring a theme: the turbulent history between Nintendo consoles and mature video games. We also talk about Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Shovel Knight, a high-capacity battery for the Wii U GamePad, and why some video games are so nostalgic!

If you have any comments or questions for us to discuss in a future episode of Infendo Radio, leave them in the comment box below or send an e-mail to contact@infendo.com. Our next episode will be the 2014 Halloween special, so any questions geared in that direction would be great! Thanks for listening, as always!

Enjoy the show!

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Posted by Holly Fellmeth 20.10.2014 in All
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Infendo Radio Episode 329: Zelda Hits and Misses

Infendo Radio Episode 329: Zelda Hits and Misses

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Welcome to another episode of Infendo Radio! In episode 329, Harrison Milfeld, Lewis Pugh, Colin Crompton, and myself return to our tried-and-true structure. “What We’ve Been Playing” includes updates on Fire Emblem Awakening and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, as well as an anecdote from Colin you won’t want to miss. We cover holiday release dates in our Nintendo news segment and finish the show discussing listener questions.

Congrats again to Andrew (XCWarrior), the winner of the official Infendo folder naming contest! I unfortunately forgot to name a few of Andrew’s winning ideas in the episode itself; some include folder names like “Plumberland”, “GOAT” (Greatest Of All Time – Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate), and “Won’t Go Away”.

Please feel free to send us questions to discuss in a future episode of the podcast! You can send an e-mail to contact@infendo.com, shoot me a Tweet (@HollyFellmeth), or leave a comment below this post.

Enjoy the show!

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Posted by Holly Fellmeth 13.10.2014 in All
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Infendo Radio Episode 328: Super Guide!

Infendo Radio Episode 328: Super Guide!

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Welcome to episode 328 of Infendo Radio! A special welcome to any friends and family of myself, Harrison, Colin, Lewis, and other Infendo fans: this episode was made specifically with you in mind! In it, Harrison Milfeld, Colin Crompton, and myself discuss three main topics: questions from our friends and family about Nintendo, the company’s vast 125+ year history, and our thoughts on Super Smash Bros. for 3DS.

As always, we welcome your questions and comments. We don’t expect anyone to be converted to gaming by listening to this episode, but we will happily answer your questions if you send them in an e-mail to contact@infendo.com. Thanks for your support!

Enjoy the show!

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Posted by Holly Fellmeth 06.10.2014 in All
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Infendo Radio Episode 327: Greetings from Canadia

Infendo Radio Episode 327: Greetings from Canadia

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Welcome, everyone, to episode 327 of Infendo Radio. In this episode, we introduce a special addition to the podcast from “Canadia,” Justin Riley. He, Lewis, and I talk about what we’ve been playing (Hyrule Warriors and Bravely Default), cover Nintendo news (the Super Smash Bros. Open Tournament and Watch Dogs), and finish with a community comments/questions section (are today’s games too easy?). If you’re wondering about the “Canadia” thing, well, you’ll just have to listen to find out.

Thank you to Justin for joining us this week, and thanks to those of you listeners who sent in your comments and questions! If you have any more of them on this episode or anything Nintendo-related, don’t hesitate to send them in an e-mail to contact@infendo.com or leave them in a comment below this post, if you’re in your web browser.

Enjoy the show!

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Posted by Holly Fellmeth 02.10.2014 in All
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Infendo Radio Episode 326: Forgotten Gems

Infendo Radio Episode 326: Forgotten Gems

IR Banner 326Hey all! Welcome to episode 326 of Infendo Radio! In this episode, Harrison Milfeld, Colin Crompton, and myself talk about what we’ve been playing (Hyrule Warriors, Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, and Fire Emblem: Awakening) and finish on a feature about obscure or forgotten, but great, games on past Nintendo systems. For those of us in North America, Colin provides a great sneak peek at Hyrule Warriors, so don’t miss out on that! Also, if you’re wondering about this episode’s banner: it seems many forgotten Nintendo games are on GameCube. Curious!

On that note, here’s a question for you listeners: which games do you consider to be forgotten gems from past Nintendo systems? Leave a comment below this post or send an e-mail to contact@infendo.com to let us know! As always, any other comments or questions you have are welcome as well.

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Posted by Holly Fellmeth 22.09.2014 in All
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Infendo Radio Episode 325: The Treehouse Take

Infendo Radio Episode 325: The Treehouse Take

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Good morning everyone, and welcome to episode 325 of Infendo Radio! In this episode, Harrison Milfeld, Lewis Pugh, and myself cover three sections that you may not be used to: we start with what we’ve been playing (the Super Smash Bros. 3DS demo and Mighty Gunvolt), move into our feature for the week (“The Treehouse Take”), and finish with a community comments section.

Coming sometime in the future, the Infendo Radio crew will be answering basic questions about Nintendo and video games in general, in an episode tentatively titled “Super Guide”. What confuses non-gamers the most about Nintendo? If you or your friends have any questions at all, please send them to us for our upcoming discussion! You can reach me and the others via:

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Posted by Holly Fellmeth 15.09.2014 in All
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