Harry Potter: A Magical Leak?

Harry Potter: A Magical Leak?

Yesterday we saw a leak of an unknown Harry Potter game, suspected to be in development by Avalanche Games. This leak definitely appears to be for a console game, as the leak appears to contain footage from an Xbox One. Some of the spells in the top left corner are...

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Final Fantasy: A Homecoming

Final Fantasy: A Homecoming

What started with pretty surprising and welcome news of Final Fantasy XII – The Zodiac Age getting a Switch port, quickly turned into me staring at the screen slack-jawed and teary-eyed. Final Fantasy VII (FFVII) is coming to the Nintendo Switch You might be thinking “come now, Jason. FFVII has...

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How Telltale Games Made Me and Still Makes Me Cry

How Telltale Games Made Me and Still Makes Me Cry

Telltale employees need protection against angry ‘fans’ and their former bosses This week a lot of people were shocked when they heard the terrible news about the closure of Telltale games. I loved their games, and even now I can cry about the stories they delivered us. There aren’t many...

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Super Mario Odyssey: Praise The Sunshine

Super Mario Odyssey: Praise The Sunshine

I must open this with an admission. I am guilty. Guilty of one of gaming’s greatest crimes. I have not played Super Mario 64. I am ashamed, repentant even, but this is the truth. I know it’s an incredible game, one that revolutionized 3D platforming. It is often held upon...

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Interview With Monster Artist: Rachel Briggs

Interview With Monster Artist: Rachel Briggs

We sat down with artist Rachel Briggs, the artist responsible for the Ken Sugimori style artwork of unused Pokémon from the 1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold, recently seen in Game Informer, to talk about her process, inspirations, her fascination with the subgenre, and monster designs in general. What inspired you to...

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Gravity Slamming on the Switch – An Interview With the Developer of Collidalot

Gravity Slamming on the Switch – An Interview With the Developer of Collidalot

“Nintendo is Incredibly supportive to Indie Game Developers” Indies often have personal stories, as does Ray Aflakian, Head of Marketing from the Seattle Indie studio Grunka Munka Games. Unlike other studios we’ve interviewed (Sam West, Creator of Beyond the Veil for example), this studio started their latest project with a...

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is Coming to PlayStation 4 and Switch in 2019

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is Coming to PlayStation 4 and Switch in 2019

Square Enix announced a remastered version of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. The game originally released in 2004 for the Nintendo GameCube. The teaser trailer below shows implementations of the online multiplayer with players joining into games. Confirmation for online play will solve an...

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An Interview with Greg Lobanov, Creator of Wandersong

An Interview with Greg Lobanov, Creator of Wandersong

Interview: “I love bards. Their role and skills are silly” You play as a walking musical instrument! You can run, jump, and sing anytime you want. Different things respond to your music in different ways. You use your song to solve puzzles and help characters while playing as a bard...

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The Messenger Review: A Retro Masterpiece
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The Messenger Review: A Retro Masterpiece

Living in an age where retro is becoming its own video game genre, we are getting a surge of amazing ports and remakes of all types of nostalgic wonders. Sabotage Studio is taking this a step further by taking some of the greatest elements from classics like Metroid and Ninja...

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Parallax Media’s Game of the Year Picks So Far

Parallax Media’s Game of the Year Picks So Far

Now that we have officially reached September 2018 and have some of the biggest game releases of the year coming up, I thought it would be a good idea to have some of the writers and editors at Parallax write about what they consider to be their game of the...

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