Destiny 2: Forsaken So Far

Destiny 2: Forsaken So Far

If Bungie is good at anything it’s grabbing players by the collar and dragging them back to their game. Expansion after expansion I, and many others find ourselves jumping back into Destiny 2 to see what new stuff has dropped, and lately, there has been a big disappointment. The prior...

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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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Minit Review: A Mini Majora’s Mask
7.0

Minit Review: A Mini Majora’s Mask

If you only had one minute to live what would you do? This is the question Minit raises. In most games, dying is the main thing you are trying to avoid on your quest to complete objectives. However, Minit does not give you the option to stray from death. This...

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Could We See Official Monster RPG Tournaments Other Than Pokémon in the Future?

Could We See Official Monster RPG Tournaments Other Than Pokémon in the Future?

In 2018, most people are aware of the Pokémon franchise. Ever since its introduction to society in the late 90’s, both the game and its fanbase have been growing, and although Pokémon gained widespread popularity through the games, anime series, and trading card game, similar series such as Digimon and...

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There May Be More to Soundfall Than We Think

There May Be More to Soundfall Than We Think

Soundfall, a musically driven twin-stick dungeon crawler has been recently announced by Drastic Games. Soundfall will focus heavily on rhythm-based gameplay and is really shaping up to be a promising title. After having the trailer playing on a loop solely for the soundtrack for hours (it’s amazing), I started to...

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Candleman: the Complete Journey Review
6.0

Candleman: the Complete Journey Review

Before you continue reading, I feel the need to let you know that this was reviewed using a review code provided by the developer and or a PR company. Imagine that ten seconds of light is the only thing separating you and certain doom, but using said light could also...

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Taking a Step Back into Tamriel

Taking a Step Back into Tamriel

Going back to an MMO can be a daunting undertaking, even more so when you start from scratch. You have to get reacquainted with the controls, the game economy, how to properly utilize your abilities for your character, and more. Complicating things further is the bevy of  DLC that expand...

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How A ‘Digital Download Future’ Shows Its Pitfalls

How A ‘Digital Download Future’ Shows Its Pitfalls

Steam, Origin and other services make it possible to buy your games whenever you want. The Xbox, PlayStation and even Nintendo’s Switch all have eShops available to buy digital copies of the exact same games that you might find on the shelves of your local games retailer. A lot of...

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A Hat in Time is Getting Multiplayer, DLC, and a Switch Version

A Hat in Time is Getting Multiplayer, DLC, and a Switch Version

Gears For Breakfast’s Kickstarter, A Hat in Time, is getting a slew of new content. A Hat in Time, released in 2017, aimed at gamer’s who reminisced the “glory” days of the Nintendo 64 and Playstation 3D platformers. Now, the developer has announced a few new experiences on the horizon...

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We Happy Few Review
6.5

We Happy Few Review

We Happy Few takes place in an alternative English society, Wellington Wells, where from the inside everything seems perfect, but beneath everyone’s Cheshire-like grin lies something truly terrifying: a game that’s unable to realize its lofty ambitions. The year is 1964 and day-to-day life goes by with everyone smiling and...

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