This time around on the podcast, I spend a bit talking about my latest “obsession” – taking older games on the GameCube, Wii, and PlayStation 2 and, through the magic of high-powered emulations and modern hardware, rendering them at Ultra HD resolutions at a full 60 FPS with additional filters that make amazing, crisp visuals. Of course, all of this has been done using the Dolphin and PCSX2 emulators, and I talk about the processes involved with all of that.
Then, after a short musical intermission, I return to talk about the recent death of Rachel Bryk and what her passing means for the Equal Rights movement. I actually wrote a more in-depth piece on this earlier, but I still feel that it deserves mention on the show.
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