Category: Feature

Indie Spotlight: For the King

It’s that time again folks! Time to shine the spotlight on this week’s indie game. Do you like tabletop games? Do you like games with Roguelike elements and turn-based combat? What about something you can play with friends? Then you might want to check out For the King by the IronOak Games team. I have […]

Indie Spotlight: Slay the Spire

Welcome to the Indie Spotlight! Parallax Media’s weekly column where we “shine some light” on an indie game that we have played and loved or that we have on our radar to pick up and try. This column will promote awareness to those independent games out there that might have been missed that we feel […]

The Aging Gamer: Sometimes I Can’t Even Pick Up the Controller

In this weekly column series, I will talk about my gaming habits and how they have changed over the past twenty-some-odd years. I started my gaming career on the SNES and now I am twenty-eight years old. I mainly play on the PlayStation but dabble with some PC games from time to time. This week, […]

The Aging Gamer: I Can’t Go Alone Anymore

In this weekly column series, I will talk about and discuss my gaming habits and how they have changed over the past twenty-some-odd years. I started my gaming career on the SNES and now I am twenty-eight years old. I mainly play on the PlayStation but dabble with some PC games from time to time. […]

Temtem: First Impression from the Alpha

Back in June 2018, Crema decided to launch a Kickstarter campaign for Temtem, a game that is clearly and heavily inspired by Pokémon. I decided to back the game and even gave enough for the tier known as “Alpha Hero.” With this snazzy title, I also get access to the alpha release of the game […]

How To: Making Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee More Challenging

Having just finished the newest installment in the Pokémon series, I can’t help but notice that one of the main complaints of the game is that it is way too easy. Unfortunately, I’ve found that to be the case as the many mechanics of the game simplify your experience and remove a lot of the […]

RuneScape Mobile is the game I never knew I wanted

Back before I had a computer that was capable of running any video game, I used to visit a site called Miniclip to play flash games. Some games were simple, stick-figure-based, and entertaining for about twenty minutes. Others, well… others were RuneScape. And no, it’s not Run Escape. It’s Rune… scape? Just go with it. […]

Kingdom Hearts Worlds

With only a few months away from the release of Kingdom Hearts 3, the hype is building over which beloved Disney worlds we’ll explore. It’s already been mentioned that there will be fewer worlds than the second installment of the series but with only 12  confirmed so far, that still leaves room for one or […]

Can Project Stream Assassinate the Competition?

First Impression and More We heard rumors earlier this year that Google might be looking to break into the gaming industry and their recently revealed Project Stream is that rumor coming to fruition. Currently, in beta, Google is allowing users to play the new Assassin’s Creed Odyssey from a Chrome Web Browser. That’s right! No […]

3 Things That Could Bring Laser League to the Next Level

Hats off to Roll7 for creating such an ambitious game for a small indie studio. The game is sound in its mechanics and has really proven itself in the indie game sphere. Since Roll7 has handed over development updates and support to 505 Games (more on that here) there has been little revealed about the […]
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