Author: Zoe

Zoe’s Odyssey of Entertainment: The Lands of Video Game Consoles

If you are new to gaming and don’t quite know where to begin, or perhaps a seasoned gamer looking to try a different console, grab a seat and relax, because Parallax Media is here to help you out. Every person who proclaims themselves a gamer had to start somewhere., In this day and age, there […]

The Sequel We’ve All Been Waiting For

A deep look into the Breath of the Wild Sequel Teaser Trailer Well gamers, we are nearing the end of this year’s E3 and there is some exciting stuff to look forward to. Each company brought some new titles to the table that look great, some of which have been delayed…*cough cough* Nintendo…but patience is […]

2019 Pokémon Direct in a Nutshell

Early Wednesday morning, gamers around the globe tuned in to finally get some clarity on the highly anticipated Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield titles, and let me tell ya, the company definitely delivered an information bomb. 15 minutes of cold, hard insight and a game trailer 3 ½ minutes long. Let’s dig in, shall we? […]

Has Pokémon Lost Its Shine?

When I was a kid, Pokémon was a hit TV show, trading card game and GameBoy series. It was everywhere, and Ash, Brock and Misty were the ultimate kid role models in the 90’s. I mean, cute cuddly creatures that you get to battle? Not much else was as fun as that. via GIPHY Fast […]

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 topped out at $100 million, […]

The Mysteries of Deltarune Chapters 1 & 2

Header image by SleekBackground So you’ve played Undertale (or maybe you haven’t) and have now played Deltarune Chapter 1 (or maybe you haven’t done that either), and perhaps determined that these two games have something in common. Despite the main character, music, graphics, dialogue…*do you see where I’m going with this*… and overall feel of […]

Yoshi’s Crafted World Demo: What We Learned

To begin, let me say that I was a big fan of Yoshi’s Woolly World and how Nintendo has been taking a little break from Mario to shine some light on his mighty dinosaur friend in yet another exclusive game. Although we have just been given access to a demo, a lot can be determined […]

Beat Cop Review

Laying down the law one ticket at a time WARNING: This game is rated M for Mature, and includes harsh language, sexual content and explicit information related to drugs and crime. If you’re looking for a trip down memory lane, deep into the childhood dreams you had about being a police detective, with shows like […]

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, this console has planned to […]

Wargroove: A Return to Retro, Turn-Based Combat

Released on the first of this month, Chucklefish has truly outdone themselves with Wargroove, a combat RPG that combines what fans loved about Advance Wars with amazing pixel art with an unrivaled sense of adventure and heroism. One for All, and All for Groove! Wargroove takes on a viking-like mentality when it comes to the […]
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