Melissa M. Parker

About Melissa M. Parker

Melissa M. Parker For reviews editor Melissa Parker, it all began with Starfox 64. Ever since, she's been using the boost to get through. Once upon a time you could've found her playing Tekken at the old Chinatown arcade, but now she plays at home on her Xbox, and that suits her fine. One of her favorite childhood memories is of going to a Mexican place by the water and playing some Stones on the jukebox, while taking over the Harley-Davidson pinball machine.



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Crystal Story Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Ever since I started playing Crystal Story, I’ve been searching for the right way to describe how intensely addicting it


Noir Syndrome Review

by Melissa M. Parker

The resurgence of noir in gaming is something to be excited about. Even for those of us who haven’t scoured eBay


Bad Hotel Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Of all the things I hate about Bad Hotel, at the very top of that list is sound design. Forgive


Little Inferno Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Little Inferno is a hard game to review, because you don’t play it so much as experience it. The gameplay


Ittle Dew Review

by Melissa M. Parker

There are millions of reasons why The Legend of Zelda has been one of the most successful videogame franchises of


Time Surfer Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Time manipulation in videogames is nothing new. From Chrono Trigger to Majora’s Mask to Braid, developers have been obsessed with


Heroes of Loot Review

by Melissa M. Parker

What follows is the newest Android recipe from OrangePixel: One part dungeon crawler, one part shoot-‘em-up, a generous helping of


Mecho Wars Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Mecho Wars is a turn-based strategy game with great potential. There’s good diversity in the types of mechs you control


Hell, The Dungeon Again! Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Listen, Hell, The Dungeon, we need to talk. The thing is, I’m having second thoughts about our relationship. I can


Robot Unicorn Attack 2 Review

by Melissa M. Parker

In 2010, Robot Unicorn Attack was everywhere. Erasure’s signature synthpop ballad blasted out of PC speakers and drifted into the



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