An Absolute Mad-Lad is Bringing Ray-Tracing to N64 Games on PC

For those of us who grew up with the likes of the N64 and Gamecube, it’s really not difficult to enjoy the old games as they are. It’s how we remember them after all. Still, there’s no denying that these games are getting older with each passing day, and are thus looking more and more…

Ocarina of Time Gets a Bit Better with Switch Online Update

Last week, Nintendo updated Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack in order to bring Banjo-Kazooie to the service. As data miners soon discovered though, this wasn’t the only change the update made to the service. It turns out that Nintendo made some subtle changes to Ocarina of Time, improving its emulation and bringing it closer…

Listmas 2021: Savory-Sounding Video Game Foods

Merry Listmas everybody! Yup, it’s that time again, and we’re kicking things off by discussing the most mouth-watering foods and drinks we’ve seen in video games! Even though we don’t usually see it in our games, food often plays an important role nonetheless, and some of it sounds pretty darn good! Here are some dishes…

Ocarina of Time has Finally Been Decompiled

To say that The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is a highly beloved game is, at least, a massive understatement. It’s been more than 20 years since it originally released in 1998, and it’s STILL widely regarded as one of the greatest games ever made. As such, fans are still doing their utmost to…

Nintendo’s New Switch Looks Cool, But…

So, Nintendo launched a new version of the Switch last week: the Nintendo Switch (OLED Model). It looks nice, and it has some nice changes. However, this isn’t an upgrade in the same vein as upgrades for previous Nintendo consoles. In fact, it’s so in substantial that I can’t help but wonder who exactly this…

Nintendo’s Cyber Sales Have Begun!

As most Nintendo fans know, Nintendo isn’t exactly keen on discounting their games. It doesn’t matter how old a game gets; if it releases for $50, you can bet it’ll still be $50 three years later. Even so, even Nintendo has sales every now and then, and the Black Friday/Cyber Monday period is one of…

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Actually Looks Pretty Interesting

You may or may not be all that interested in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. I know I wasn’t. I played the original on the Wii U and it was fun enough, but, just like Link’s Crossbow Training, I couldn’t really get invested in it since it was basically just a non-canon side-story. I thought…

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is Nintendo at Their Best!

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening has finally made it to Switch, and it’s just about everything a old Zelda fan like myself could want! They’ve kept just about everything that made the game what it was, while also seamlessly weaving-in a few modern conveniences and features. It’s actually kind of strange to play: I…

Who Else Is Ready For Link’s Awakening?

Remasters and remakes make up a significant portion of today’s video game releases, so many that the idea of a new one really shouldn’t be all that exciting to anyone. Yet, many of us still get excited, don’t we? All it takes is the right game, and in my case, that game is absolutely The…

I’m Worried About Nintendo

I’m not sure if I can really call myself a Nintendo fan at the moment. The me of the past was certainly a Nintendo fan, and I still love all of my Nintendo games. My opinion of the company is a little different though; deteriorating further and further with each passing year until they became a…