The Difficulty in Updates

Hey everyone (or the maybe one or two people who read this), I know it has been a REALLY long time since I posted to the site but I wanted to let everyone know that we are still alive and kicking. Most people believe I have stopped supporting the site as a whole and/or have dropped out of gaming...this is simply NOT the case for me at all.

Since graduation, and with my current job, my time to write has become very limited. I have focused when I can on gameplay as well as working on streaming more as a means of more content. I still don't have anyone who wants to contribute to the site along with me, but I don't want that to be the reason for total silence...which has been completely my fault and I own up to it. 

The podcast is still alive but has been on a hold as I am working with a new group and details have to be ironed out. I am excited for the new people coming on board along with some returning members. We want to get a more stable recording schedule set up as well as a better format for us to bring our thoughts on what is happening in the gaming and nerd world to you in a fun audio & video production. 

But my main take away is this...we aren't dead...the site is still going (maybe even growing a bit as I add in Zenspath Photography as a section) and I am working to get others to maybe contribute their thoughts and ideas to the site as well. Until this gets going again, please follow and chat with me on Twitter as "@Zenspath" where I normally will answer you back as soon as I can. I love to chat, debate, hear opinions (be ready for mine back though), and more. 


Jeremy Powers
Host of the Zenspath Podcast / Owner of

Revisionist History

Revisionist History

So I started off this morning talking with N5omniac about him upgrading his Nintendo 3DS for the upcoming Metroid release and it got me thinking about the history of console revisions over the years. 

Consoles have had revisions over their lifetimes almost since the beginning. These have ranged from minor cosmetic changes all the way to the more recent completely new hardware of the PLayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One X, and New 3DS systems.  

But what really got me wondering is what people thought of these changes. What were their favorites....and their most hated. Where had a manufacturer saved a system to someone with an improvement or completely botched it up to another. 

So I asked a few people from the site and sent it out onto Facebook and Twitter to see what people thought. What were their favorite revisions, and their most hated.