Category: Feature

A Few Hidden Gems to Keep An Eye On In 2020

This coming year is sure to be a memorable one for AAA games. I am particularly looking forward to getting lost in Cyberpunk 2077, but that’s not why you are here. There are a few games that I have been following that I think will really be something special. These games may not release in […]

My Journey for Portable Dragon Quest

Now that it’s time for both old and new fans alike to get their hands on Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition, I thought I’d share more about how the original game increased my enjoyment of the main series. I’ve managed to become quite a big fan of the series […]

SNES Games We Want Ported to the Switch

Well, it’s finally happening! The Switch is starting to expand its library of older Nintendo titles to finally resemble something closer to the old eShop of the Wii days. We now have 20 Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) games and boy is this an outstanding collection to start off with! But when pulling at the […]

Classic Arcades are Making a Comeback, and It’s About Time

This summer, I decided to read Ready Player One, a novel that centers around a video game so advanced that, when the developer suddenly dies, the whole world sets out to find an easter egg planted somewhere in the game containing his entire fortune. Aside from this super special video game, called the “OASIS”, the […]

Insomnia Gaming Festival 65: Retrospective

Multiple times a year, the UK plays host to a progressively expansive festival known as Insomnia Gaming Festival. As of August bank holiday weekend, the event has now reached its 65th show, taking place at the National Exhibition Centre located in Birmingham, England. Starting off as a celebration for the PC gaming community, the festival […]

Skyweaver: A Trading Card Game from Another Dimension

There are a lot of card games out there. The space is being populated almost on a regular basis at this point. With games like Hearthstone, Magic The Gathering: Arena, Eternal, Lightseeker, and Mana Rocks, the list goes on and on. You have your pick of the litter when it comes to card games, and […]

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 Aging Gamer: Playing Chaosbane With My Wife

Slaying demons seems to always be a good time. And mostly, in my experience, that demon-slaying was coming exclusively from Diablo 3. My wife loves Diablo 3. I mean LOVES it. It has been the only game we can really play together and get into. She loves the ARPG style combat, camera view, loot system […]

A Look At An Upcoming Indie Game: Bloodroots

Bloodroots is a fast-paced action game that puts your reaction time to the test as you brutally fight your way through the “weird west.” Paper Cult Games released the demo for this title earlier this week, giving a first impression of the game. With its captivating gameplay and goofy nature, I went from someone who […]

Old and New: My Adventures in Sniper Elite V2

*Note: code was provided by Evolve PR* I was woefully unprepared for the slower-paced nature of Sniper Elite V2 — originally from the last-gen of consoles and now on practically everything (I played on my Switch). There’s no running and gunning, but there are certainly cool set pieces. Escaping a compound as buildings around me […]
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