Chris Dunlap

Author's details

Name: Chris Dunlap
Date registered: September 24th, 2012
URL: http://www.gaming-age.com

Latest posts

  1. Pinball FX3, Universal Classics Pinball review for Xbox One, PS4 — October 6th, 2017
  2. Project Cars 2 review for PS4, Xbox One, PC — October 4th, 2017
  3. Arizona Sunshine review for PSVR — August 21st, 2017
  4. Tiny Rails review for PC — August 14th, 2017
  5. CastleStorm VR review for PSVR — August 3rd, 2017

Author's posts listings

Eagle Flight review for PSVR

The song “Fly Like an Eagle” will play in your head constantly as you experience this very odd, yet interesting VR game.

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Sports Bar VR review for PSVR

Sports Bar VR is fun for a bit, but ends up dull… just like a real sports bar!

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RIGS: Mechanized Combat League review for PSVR

In a nutshell, THIS is what VR was designed for!

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Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour review for PS4, Xbox One

Hail to the King All over again… Out with the old, in with the slightly better old!

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Worms W.M.D review for Xbox One, PS4

Those little, heavily armed British worms are back, and they are still blowing each other up to the delight of many!

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Strike Vector EX review for PS4

A surprisingly satisfying shooter that mixes air combat dog-fighting with traditional first person shooter games.

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The King of Fighters XIV review for PS4

SNK Playmore shows the other guys how to make a next gen Installment of a beloved fighting series correctly, without angering fans in the process.

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Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late review for PC

A solid, yet overlooked 2-D fighter with a solid roster and an extremely bizarre name.

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Ghostbusters review for PS4, Xbox One

Much like the movie it’s based on, you get a little good, with some bad, and totally annoying thrown in for free.

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven review for PS4, PS3

The Insane world of Jotaro Kujo and crew hits the PS4 in a unique, yet slightly flawed way.

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Battleborn review for Xbox One, PS4, PC

Over two dozen playable heroes, a massive story and tons of non-stop multiplayer action might make Battleborn a prime candidate for Game of the Year.

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Pokkén Tournament review for Wii U

Take one part Pokémon and one part Tekken, and you have Pokkén.

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Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae review for PS4

It’s like Onechanbara, without the risqué costumes, the exploration and the overall fun factor.

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Street Fighter V review for PS4, PC

The fifth proper installment of Capcom’s flagship fighting series finally arrives and delivers on… almost every level.

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