Tyler Nethers

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Name: Tyler Nethers
Date registered: July 18th, 2016
URL: https://www.gaming-age.com

Latest posts

  1. Infinity Game Table review — July 23rd, 2021
  2. The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood review for PC, Xbox One/Series X, PS4/5 — July 16th, 2021
  3. Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance review for PC, PS4/5, Xbox One/Series X — June 29th, 2021
  4. Loupedeck Introduces New User Interface and Integration — June 25th, 2021
  5. Mass Effect Legendary Edition review for PC, Xbox One, PS4 — June 14th, 2021

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Infinity Game Table review

With an amazing line-up of games and apps available, this is a must-buy for anyone looking to spice up their game nights.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood review for PC, Xbox One/Series X, PS4/5

Blackwood stands as another solid chapter to an already incredibly expansive game.

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Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance review for PC, PS4/5, Xbox One/Series X

Dark Alliance fails to deliver on both the Dungeons & Dragons name, and the Forgotten Realms setting.

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Loupedeck Introduces New User Interface and Integration

Loupedeck today released a preview of a new UI for their custom creator console.

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Mass Effect Legendary Edition review for PC, Xbox One, PS4

The Mass Effect Legendary Edition successfully de-ages the beloved trilogy, and makes it more approachable than ever.

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Biomutant review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

Biomutant advertises an ocean of content, but unfortunately, that ocean only ends up being an inch deep.

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Days Gone review for PC

An outstanding PC port of an already great formerly PlayStation console exclusive title.

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Loupedeck Live review

A device worth checking out for those looking for a multi-purpose power console or to streamline content creation.

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Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood preview

Details from the recent remote preview event along with hands-on impressions of the upcoming ESO expansion.

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Mundaun review for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, Switch

A unique art-style and intriguing story really manages to elevate Mundaun above and beyond the initial promise.

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Little Nightmares II review for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

A wonderfully creepy follow-up to the original which manages to feel similar yet unique.

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Demon’s Souls review for PS5

“On the first day, Man was granted a soul. And with it, clarity.”

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War review for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War takes a step back and returns to basics, for better or worse.

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Star Wars: Squadrons review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

This is where the fun begins.

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Panasonic SoundSlayer PC Gaming Speakers impressions

Hands on with Panasonic’s premium PC gaming soundbar speaker solution.

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Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition PC updated impressions

Roughly one month after launching, Horizon Zero Dawn on PC has finally started to deliver the consistent performance needed to be worth your time and money.

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Mortal Shell review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Mortal Shell is less of a “Souls-like” and more of a “Souls-lite”, distilling Dark Souls down to a short 8-12 hours without any additional filler.

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