Tyler Nethers

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

Latest posts

  1. Darksiders III review for PC, PS4, Xbox One — November 26th, 2018
  2. Battlefield V review for PC, PS4, Xbox One — November 19th, 2018
  3. Spyro Reignited Trilogy review for PS4, Xbox One — November 14th, 2018
  4. The Art of the Spyro Reignited Trilogy — November 1st, 2018
  5. We dropped by Toys for Bob to check out the Spyro Reignited Trilogy — October 30th, 2018

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Darksiders III review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

The third installment in the Darksiders series ends up lost between the successes and the failures of the previous two titles.

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Battlefield V review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

Battlefield V is a mixed bag that will satisfy some and leave others wanting more.

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Spyro Reignited Trilogy review for PS4, Xbox One

The Spyro Reignited Trilogy manages to recapture the magic of the original games and present them in an entirely new way to both the original audience and a new generation of Spyro fanatics.

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The Art of the Spyro Reignited Trilogy

Tyler discusses game design philosophy with the Art Director of Spyro Reignited Trilogy.

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We dropped by Toys for Bob to check out the Spyro Reignited Trilogy

Tyler visits Toys for Bob to chat with the developers and get some hands on with Spyro Reignited Trilogy.

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Soulcalibur VI review for PS4, Xbox One

Soulcalibur VI continues the series’ long history of being one of the most unique and satisfying fighters out there.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

In the immortal words of the great Meat Loaf, “Two out of three ain’t bad”. A weak multiplayer showing is pushed to the background amidst an outstanding Zombies mode and the best Battle Royale game out there.

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Death’s Gambit review for PS4

Another solid foray into the 2D Souls-inspired platformer genre that makes up for a semi-weak story with outstanding mechanics and combat.

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Pressed for Time: A Gaming-Age Podcast – Year 2 Episode 3 is live

Tyler and Benny bring Austen Canupp, co-creator of Epitopica and host of the Speaking Nonsense podcast to talk, about Castlevania on Netflix and more.

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Castlevania – Season One wrap up and looking ahead to Season Two

The story of Castlevania coming to Netflix is an interesting one for those who like the backstory as to how their favorite bits of media came to be.

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus review for Nintendo Switch

As is the case with most AAA Switch ports, this is certainly not the best version of Wolfenstein II. However if you only have a Switch, Wolfenstein II is a must play.

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AVerMedia Live Gamer 4K GC573 hardware review

The new flagship card from AVerMedia hits all the right notes without emptying your wallet, combining one of the highest quality capture cards out there with a reasonable price.

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Limbo/Inside reviews for Nintendo Switch

The surprise release of Limbo and Inside for the Switch brings these fantastic titles to yet another platform for a new group of players to experience, and everybody absolutely should.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

Summerset is proof that even four years after the launch of The Elder Scrolls Online, ZeniMax is still listening to player feedback and still capable of impressing with outstanding new content.

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Jurassic World Evolution review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

Amazing graphics and movie quality dinosaurs aren’t enough to cover up the deeper flaws in this park tycoon simulator.

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Dark Souls Remastered review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

One of the greatest and most influential games of last generation gets a well deserved new coat of paint. Praising the sun has never looked this good.

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Vampyr review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

An intriguing premise does little to lift Vampyr above mediocrity.

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