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The Future of the Nintendo Switch: What to Expect in 2019

Since 2017, the Nintendo Switch has sold more than 22 million units worldwide, beating the lifetime sales of GameCube. With major titles such as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, as well as an ideal landing spot choice for the indie game scene,...

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The Secret Ending of Metal Gear Solid V

The Secret Ending of Metal Gear Solid V

If you played Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (MGSV) and felt like there was something missing, well then you weren’t alone. And you weren’t wrong either. Once the game reaches its climax and Snake defeats Sahelanthropus, pieces of the story are tied up neatly. Quiet reveals her story...

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Final Fantasy 13 MUST Get Ported To Switch

Final Fantasy 13 MUST Get Ported To Switch Hot

Gamers, we have been slighted in the most horrible way. We walk around, empathetic to our current situation, acting like it isn’t there, but it is, and it’s both embarrassing and ridiculous that it has taken this long for someone to speak out about it. We don’t ask for much,...

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CrowdFunding Games You Need to Know: May 2019

CrowdFunding Games You Need to Know: May 2019

Here at Parallax Media, we are always keeping an eye out for the next big thing when it comes to games. That means scouring the various crowdfunding sites out there (Kickstarter, Fig, etc.) to see what inspiring developers are bringing to the table! Let’s take a look at some of...

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Are Microtransactions Ruining Games?

Are Microtransactions Ruining Games?

First off, video games are expensive art forms. The amount of money it takes to design, program, produce, and get a game successfully onto the marketplace is a figure with a lot of zeros. To put it into perspective on just how much our favorite games cost to make, Skyrim...

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The Top Video Game Soundtracks For Relaxing

The Top Video Game Soundtracks For Relaxing

Now that I have my first year of writing about video games under my belt, I’ve gotten into the same routine of how I get my writing done. This routine almost always includes listening to video game soundtracks as I write. These are either some of my favourites, or the...

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Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain is the Amusing Action-Packed Giant Monster Slaying Game You Aren’t Playing

Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain is the Amusing Action-Packed Giant Monster Slaying Game You Aren’t Playing

My experience with the Earth Defense Force series is relatively limited. I first learned about the franchise through the announcement of Earth Defense Force 5 at Tokyo Game Show 2016 and once I found out that most of the series has released outside of Japan, I got curious and picked...

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Whispers of a Machine: Review

Whispers of a Machine: Review

Whispers of a Machine is a rather engaging point-and-click game, with sprinkles of puzzle solving and plenty of witty dialogue to draw you firmly into the world built up by the story. You play as Vera Englund, a detective sent from Headquarters to a town called Nordsund to investigate a...

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SteamWorld Quest Review: A Tale of Robots, Friendship and Moon Juice

SteamWorld Quest Review: A Tale of Robots, Friendship and Moon Juice

Ever since Slay the Spire, it seems like everyone and their grandmother is trying to jump on the card game hype train. Someone I would have never expected to grow the list of card game creators is Image and Form, the team behind Steamworld Dig. However, as shown in the...

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