Tag Archives: NES

“A New Challenger Approaches”

Hello everyone. My name is Justin, and I’m excited to announce I am joining the Infendo team. I have written for a variety of websites in the past and I look forward to contributing to this site in any way

Kickstarter Alert: ‘NES” by Richie Palys

  I am a sucker for video game music, even those of the early beginnings that seem more like beeps and boops compared to today’ symphonies.  In my younger years, I could imagine the Mario Bros. or Zelda musical scores

YouTube Spotlight: Retro Liberty

Fans of retro gaming will  likely get a kick out of YouTube channel Retro Liberty’s exploits. Founders Aaron and Ricky are best known for creating a show called NES Pursuit, in which they hunt for retro games and equipment at

YouTube Spotlight: How Tough are NES Games?

YouTube user Rinry takes a systematic approach to determining how tough NES game cartridges are, which makes her unexpected humor all the more entertaining. She also tests the cartridges with some outrageous situations, such as strapping one to fireworks and

Clemson Marching Band performs some of Nintendo’s finest

This past weekend, the University of Clemson Marching Band conducted a Nintendo-themed performance during halftime of the Clemson-Georgia Tech game, and boy was it impressive. The band starts off with select works from Koji Kondo’s Mario themes and then smoothly

Nintendo’s Hiroshi Yamauchi has died at age 85

A sad, yet perpetual state of mourning for Nintendo today, as the company announced that their longtime former president, Hiroshi Yamauchi, has died. He was 85. Yamauchi first became president of Nintendo in 1949, when the company was just a