Tyler Nethers

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

Latest posts

  1. Thymesia review for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch — September 6th, 2022
  2. Shadow Warrior 3 review for PC, PS4, Xbox One — March 7th, 2022
  3. Dying Light 2 PC Impressions — February 24th, 2022
  4. Monster Hunter Rise review for PC — February 10th, 2022
  5. God of War (2018) review for PC — January 12th, 2022

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Thymesia review for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch

Overly simplistic combat, a weak story, and bland characters/environments make Thymesia a hard sell to most gamers out there.

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Shadow Warrior 3 review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

While it might not be an industry-shaking title, Shadow Warrior 3 is a fun, gory, FPS madhouse for anyone willing to ride along with its crass protagonist.

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Dying Light 2 PC Impressions

Dying Light 2 expands on everything that made the original great, and PC is the best place to play it (if you have the right hardware).

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Monster Hunter Rise review for PC

Whether you want to hunt alone or play with your friends, play “Fashion Hunter” or experience the main quests, there is something for everyone in Monster Hunter Rise.

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God of War (2018) review for PC

Kratos finally makes his way to PC, taking the already great game to a whole new level. If you have to option to play it on PC, don’t miss out.

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Halo Infinite review for PC, Xbox Series X

Halo Infinite is a bit of a mixed bag. The multiplayer is incredible, unfortunately, the campaign mostly misses the mark.

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PowerA Fusion Pro 2 Wired Xbox Controller review

The Fusion Pro 2 wired controller from PowerA is an outstanding (and affordable) alternative to the Xbox Elite controller.

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LucidSound LS50X Wireless Gaming Headset review

The LucidSound LS50X is a premium headset at a premium price, and it (mostly) delivers on everything that such a product should.

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Life is Strange: True Colors review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

An exciting new entry into the Life is Strange franchise that manages to both reinvent and reinvigorate the series while remaining true to what made it so popular in the first place.

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Arcade1Up announces The Simpsons at-home arcade machine

Arcade1Up has announced the upcoming release of their next arcade machine, with pre-orders available starting August 16th, 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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