Author: Joshua

A Blast From the Past: Ion Fury Review

Nostalgia is becoming a true video game seller when you think about all of the remade games coming out lately, and Voidpoint is no stranger to this. The development studio has paired up with 3D Realms, the publisher behind games such as Duke Nukem 3D and Max Payne, to create Ion Fury; the brand new […]

CrowdFunding Games You Need to Know: June 2019

Another month down and there are a ton of new developers lining up to take your money! Hmmm, there has to be a better way to put that… Anyways, I’m talking about all the wonderful video games that are just begging to be crowdfunded. There are numerous out there but we handpicked a few of […]

Devolver Digital Shows Up to E3 in a Big Way

Devolver Digital, in the past, has never been a publisher that I paid much attention to. Sure they publish some awesome titles but I never thought much of the actual team themselves. E3 has shined a whole new light on them for me personally. With their grotesque but witty theatrics, they have created an experience […]

Gato Roboto Review: A Paw-sitive addition to the Metroidvania Cat-a-log

Are you a fan of cute kittens and Mech Robots? What about cute kittens inside Mech robots? Well, with Gato Roboto, you can get the best of both worlds! Developed by Doinksoft, Gato Roboto is an old-school platformer about a soldier and his cat Kiki who become stranded on a planet after their ship crashes. […]

Mario Kart Tour is a Great Example of Why I Can’t Stand Mobile Games

A little less than a month ago I received an email from Nintendo stating that there was a closed beta of the upcoming Mario Kart mobile game that I could sign up for. “This is going to be great,” I thought at first. I have always been a fan of the series and having it […]

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 our hot picks for May […]

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 past, this team is not […]

An Interview with the team behind Kingdom of Night

For games on Kickstarter, persistence can sometimes be the thing to move you to success. Also, sometimes finding an awesome publisher to help you out along the way can also work. Kingdom of Night, a new kickstarter project from Black Seven Studios is a good example of both. A new 80’s-inspired Action RPG that claims […]

Take a Radioactive Blast to the Past with Double Fine’s RAD

There is always a negative connotation with mutations and diseases but with RAD, Double Fine’s newest game in development, all of that will change. RAD takes place in a world after, not one but two apocalypses. You play as a teenager whose village is starting to run out of resources. It is up to you […]

An Interview with the Minds Behind Nether World

You know what we don’t have in video games? Enough main characters as loser jellyfishes! Sure, you can be a badass warrior fighting demons, but what about a jellyfish who carries a flamethrower? Now that’s where the real action is. And the Hungry Pixel team are looking to bring that dream to life in their […]
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