Jim Cordeira

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Name: Jim Cordeira
Date registered: November 24th, 2011
URL: https://www.gaming-age.com

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Editor in Chief, Staff Writer

Latest posts

  1. Gran Turismo 7 review for PS5, PS4 — March 3rd, 2022
  2. Horizon Forbidden West review for PS5, PS4 — February 17th, 2022
  3. Riders Republic review for PS5, Xbox Series X, PC — November 4th, 2021
  4. Riders Republic – Trial Week impressions — October 26th, 2021
  5. Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch — June 25th, 2021

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Gran Turismo 7 review for PS5, PS4

Polyphony Digital’s latest “Real Driving Simulator” is a grand celebration of car culture and the best Gran Turismo yet.

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Horizon Forbidden West review for PS5, PS4

A satisfying and extremely impressive, if somewhat predictable sequel to one of the best original PS4 titles of last generation.

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Riders Republic review for PS5, Xbox Series X, PC

Many hours of outdoor fun is to be had in Ubisoft’s newest online sports playground.

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Riders Republic – Trial Week impressions

We shredded through 4+ hours of Ubisoft’s massive multiplayer outdoor sports playground and we’re definitely having fun. Details, new media within.

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Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

SEGA’s second Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games title is a fun experience for both casual and competitive fans of the big event.

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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart review for PS5

If you’re looking for an enjoyable new PS5 exclusive adventure for the summer, this is it.

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Rust Console Edition review for Xbox One, PS4

Rust Console Edition fills a certain void in the online survival genre on consoles and is worth checking out for those craving a more grounded experience.

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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 review for PS5, Xbox Series X

Tony Hawk has withstood the test of time and is looking and sounding better than ever.

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Sackboy: A Big Adventure review for PS5, PS4

A colorful, creative and enjoyable next-generation platforming adventure worth taking.

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Hands-on with the PlayStation 5

We spent a few quality days with the next-generation PlayStation console. First impressions of the hardware and experience within!

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The Last of Us Part II review for PS4

An enthralling, if not exhaustingly tense PS4 survival adventure sequel that easily surpasses the original.

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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 review for Nintendo Switch

Ready… Go! Sonic, Mario and friends go for gold in their latest Olympic-sized game collaboration.

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Destiny 2: Forsaken review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

A well balanced new Destiny 2 expansion that is among the best in the franchise thus far.

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The Crew 2 first impressions, launch trailer

We go hands on with the final version of Ubi’s bigger and very different online, open world motorsports sequel.

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Ubisoft E3 2018 Conference wrap-up

Ubisoft’s conference was quite solid this year, with a handful of surprises and some cool new titles in the works.

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Detroit: Become Human review for PS4

Quantic Dream’s latest interactive drama has a little something to say about how technology and AI may affect human society.

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EA officially announces Battlefield V

Surprise!  Electronic Arts and DICE today fully revealed Battlefield V, which will indeed be taking us back to World War II after all.

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