Monthly Archive: December 2015

Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival review for Wii U

If Animal Crossing + amiibo + Mario Party team sounds like an equation with one part too many, have we got a review for you.

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Xenoblade Chronicles X review for Wii U

Saving one of the best for last, our final 2015 reviews include Monolith Soft's monolithic masterpiece.

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Yo-kai Watch review for Nintendo 3DS

Level-5's elusive JRPG finally arrives stateside, introducing players to the world of Yo-kai on a well-rounded 3DS exclusive.

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Nintendo Download Update – 1080° Snowboarding, Molly Maggot

Being New Year's Eve and all, we didn't expect much of a Nintendo eShop Update…

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Hearts of Stone Expansion review for Xbox One, PS4, PC

In the first of two expansions, are we getting our Witcher fix from the B-team or does it fit snugly into the core game?

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PS Plus members get Grim Fandango Remastered, Hardware: Rivals, Nihilumbra free for January 2016

We're sure there's more than a handful of new PlayStation owners out there looking forward to their (possibly first) free batch of PS Plus Instant Game Collection releases.

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Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen PC impressions

Some quick impressions of the PC version of Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, releasing next month.

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Fat Princess Adventures review for PS4

A fun hack and slasher that retains the charm of the original games, but may not appeal to fans.

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Devil's Third review for Wii U

Buyer's Remorse is welcome this time around.

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Happy Holidays from the Gaming Age staff!

It's been a great year, and we thank you all for your support in 2015!

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The BIT.TRIP review for PS Vita, PS4

An after-dinner mint to the sumptuous feast that is Runner 2.

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Nintendo Download Update – Super Mario Galaxy, Puzzle & Dragons Z + SMB DLC, sales

There's not a whole lot of new content on the eShop today, but there's an old favorite, some DLC and plenty of sales.

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The Witness gets a new "long screenshot", additional game details

Jonathan Blow's mysterious The Witness is apparently coming along swimmingly, and today we get a brief new look at the upcoming PS4 and PC release.

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Among the Sleep review for PS4, PC

Who knew the imagination of a two year old is exactly what the survival horror genre needed?!

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