This is my very first posting of any episode of The Gaming Goddess podcast here on Zero Friction, but this episode seems very fitting due to at least the first half of the show! This time around on the podcast, I spend a bit talking about my latest “obsession” –
As I’ve mentioned before, lately I have been on a kick where I like to see what different older games can look like once run through some powerful emulation tools and rendered at the highest possible quality on my powerful desktop. When it comes to experimenting with this for the
For many years now, the idea of an “HD Remake” has been the “in” thing. Developers love to go back and revisit some of their older games and revamp them for modern high-definition (and even UHD) displays, fixing bugs and making an overall superior version. Is it just because
It might surprise you to know that Metroid Prime is a game I never really got into. Yes, I own it. In fact, I got it pretty much right after its original release in 2002 for the GameCube, but for some reason, I just never really got into the game.
Titan Souls is big right now. I played an early demo many moons ago and want to share my fuzzy memory about this unique boss-fighting game with pixelated graphics. I want to approach the game and this article in a retro fashion and from a different viewpoint. The following are
YouTube is renowned for being a giant platform for video sharing, original content and video game play throughs that allow users to generate money, but Nintendo has been making waves by claiming their copyright and taking the ad-revenue that previously went to gamers who uploaded gaming videos. Compliant with YouTube policies, Nintendo became
Subscription boxes are hotter than Ifrit after having ate a bad food-truck burrito with extra habanero sauce, while being stuck in a car during rush-hour traffic. There’s every color, size, shape and flavor of product imaginable you can have delivered right to your door every month and that includes physical