Matthew Pollesel

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Name: Matthew Pollesel
Date registered: November 8th, 2012
URL: http://www.gaming-age.com

Latest posts

  1. Ragnarok Odyssey ACE review for PS Vita, PS3 — April 22nd, 2014
  2. Backgammon Blitz review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3 — April 21st, 2014
  3. King Oddball review for PS4 — April 15th, 2014
  4. FEZ review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3 — April 14th, 2014
  5. Deception IV: Blood Ties review for PS Vita, PS3 — April 11th, 2014

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Ragnarok Odyssey ACE review for PS Vita, PS3

Ragnarok Odyssey returns two years later, with a few extra bells and whistles. Do they make the game worth playing?

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Backgammon Blitz review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

Does an ancient, low-tech game get better with a high tech makeover? Read our review to find out!

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King Oddball review for PS4

A game designed for mobile makes the jump to PS4. What could go wrong? Not a whole lot, apparently.

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FEZ review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

The great PC platformer arrives on PlayStation platforms. Did its greatness make the transition too? Read on and find out.

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Deception IV: Blood Ties review for PS Vita, PS3

How many times can you drop a pumpkin on someone's head, have them walk into the path of an oncoming train, and then hit them with a wall-full of spears before it gets old? (Spoiler alert: infinite times, if Deception IV is anything to go by.)

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The Witch and the Hundred Knight review for PS3

Just your typical JRPG featuring mouse rape and dog princesses and villainous protagonists.

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Steamworld Dig review for PS Vita, PS4

One of the best games on the Nintendo 3DS becomes one of the best games on the Vita, PS4 and PC.

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Luftrausers review for PS Vita, PS3

Apparently rage and frustration are two key emotions in making a highly replayable game. Who knew?

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Towerfall: Ascension review for PS4

The main reason to buy an Ouya comes to the PS4, and suddenly becomes a good reason to pick up one of those, too.

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f review for PS Vita

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f probably looks better than your typical music game. Does it play better as well? Read on and find out!

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Basement Crawl review for PS4

No. Just…no.

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Gunslugs review for PS Vita

More a "should-play" than a "must-play", but still a very good retro-inspired run and gun shooter for the PS Vita.

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Magus review for PS3

Finally, a role playing game for the lazy gamers.

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Forest Legends: The Call of Love review for PS3

What's a hidden object game without hidden objects? Not a whole lot, apparently.

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