Category:  Written Series

By Ross Aitken, January 5, 2013 0 Opinion, Written Series

WWF No Mercy was one of the multiple wrestling games produced for the Nintendo 64 by AKI Corporation and it is one of my favourite wrestling games ever made. AKI Corporation were very well regarded in the late nineties by… Read More »

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By Terry Anstiss, December 23, 2012 0 Opinion, Written Series

During the peak of its popularity in the late 1980s through to the early 1990s, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle franchise was practically unstoppable in terms of themed merchandise and mainstream exposure. From branded cereals to music concerts, the four… Read More »

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By Ross Aitken, November 17, 2012 0 Opinion, Written Series

Long has Japan neglected the West when it comes to top quality games and some not-so top quality. Read all about some of those games that never made it to our shores and decide for yourself whether they were a… Read More »

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By Sunny Baglow, November 15, 2012 0 Opinion, Written Series

Whether it’s an Italian plumber or the world’s fastest hedgehog, gaming has created many recognisable heroes over the years. But surely, these characters couldn’t have saved galaxies and rescued princess on their own? In G Minor is here to celebrate… Read More »

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By Ross Aitken, November 10, 2012 0 Opinion, Written Series

Rocket Knight Adventures is a 2D platformer developed by Konami for the Mega Drive created during the time of the infamous Mascot Wars. During the early ’90s, Sega and Nintendo were at war with each other, specifically with their two… Read More »

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By Terry Anstiss, October 27, 2012 0 Opinion, Written Series

From the pointless and often perplexing puzzles that provide players more problems than pleasure, preposterously placed check points and save areas and the poorly translated dialog that makes the primary villain sound like a camp pantomime dame; it should be… Read More »

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By Sunny Baglow, October 18, 2012 0 Written Series

Whether it’s an Italian plumber or the world’s fastest hedgehog, gaming has created many recognisable heroes over the years. But surely, these characters couldn’t have saved galaxies and rescued princess on their own? In G Minor is here to celebrate… Read More »

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By Gregor Garden, October 16, 2012 0 Opinion, Written Series

We at Parable pride ourselves on looking out for quality content that we want to bring to your attention. After some searching, we’re going to show the fruits of our labour each week as we alert you to these fantastic… Read More »

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By Terry Anstiss, October 14, 2012 0 Opinion, Written Series

From the pointless and often perplexing puzzles that provide players more problems than pleasure, preposterously placed check points and save areas and the poorly translated dialog that makes the primary villain sound like a camp pantomime dame; it should be… Read More »

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By Ross Aitken, October 13, 2012 0 Written Series

Long has Japan neglected the West when it comes to top quality games and some not-so quality. Read all about some of those Japanese games that never made it to our shores and decide for yourself whether these games were… Read More »

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By Sunny Baglow, October 11, 2012 0 Written Series

Whether it’s an Italian plumber or the world’s fastest hedgehog, gaming has created many recognisable heroes over the years. But surely, these characters couldn’t have saved galaxies and rescued princess on their own? In G Minor is here to celebrate… Read More »

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By Ross Aitken, October 9, 2012 0 Opinion, Written Series

Video games in the last 25 years have undergone a lot of changes, as you may have noticed. Obviously they have vastly changed graphically but I want to take a look, or listen, to how they’ve changed musically. A fair… Read More »

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By Gregor Garden, October 5, 2012 2 Written Series

Welcome to our new retro gaming series in which Greg takes a look back at the games that shaped his childhood and even tries out some retro games that passed him by. Any suggestions as to the next game we… Read More »

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By Sunny Baglow, October 4, 2012 2 Written Series

Whether it’s an Italian plumber or the world’s fastest hedgehog, gaming has created many recognisable heroes over the years. But surely, these characters couldn’t have saved galaxies and rescued princess on their own? In G Minor is here to celebrate… Read More »

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