Wintendo is a revolutionary new gaming website, founded summertime of 2006, with the intent of providing its users a fun and unique way to get in touch and make friends with other users with common interests. We started as a very small website primarialy for Nintendo gamers; as a large gaming clan that evolved from kevind23’s Asphyxiation clan for Metroid Prime Hunters. Since then, we have made many changes and rennovations, and now we have launched a brand new version of Wintendo, with more robust features than ever before!
Wintendo boasts many unique features for gamers to meet other gamers, make friends, and have fun! Members of Wintendo can enjoy things such as an online emblem creator and gallery; a Castlevania Portrait of Ruin item index; an Animal Crossing catalogue and turnip watch; customizable sub-clans, or squads, for any online-enabled video game; a video game music radio; integrated ‘art shops’; as well as the soon-to-be-released gaming hubs, an integrated system for tournaments, clan matches, and casual matches between members; plus much more! We also feature reviews, news, and previews about upcoming and released games, as well as a robust forum system for discussing anything that comes to mind, and finally, an IRC chatroom for chatting with other memebers in real time!
We are proud to bring all of this to you at NO cost–membership is completely free, and we are devoted to maintaining a fast and efficient website with minimal advertisements and never any fees!
Wintendo, as a whole, is geared toward Nintendo gamers; while we will soon release new features for non-Nintendo platforms, the majority of our features were created with Nintendo games and gamers in mind. Wintendo forums include specialized areas of discussion for different gaming platforms to help reduce fanboyism (The natural tendencies in all of us to slander our least favorite prodcuts and ideas, and instead promote our own ideas and interests).
Currently in its beta state, we can unfortunately not deliver all of the features promised at once; some may have limited functionality and others may be buggy. We assure you that we are working hard to correct these errors and have the site, in its entirety, ready for a final release within a few weeks into March.