- Kinect Sports Rivals Xbox One Review Featured, Xbox, Xbox One Reviews
- Mercenary Kings Playstation 4 Review Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
- Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze Wii U Review Featured, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U Reviews
0 CommentsPosted by Paul Barbara on April 13, 2014 under Featured, Podcast
This week on the All Age Gaming podcast we discuss the latest news including Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida says Microsoft’s Phil Spencer is the “most human guy there”. Also, Sony finally announces the Last of Us for PS4 and apparently the next Mario title is in development. Also on the show you can find our latest game reviews including The Mercenaries, LEGO the Movie and Kinect Sports Rivals,... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on April 12, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
Nostalgia is a fickle temptress. It can make people overprotective, even blind to a fault. But it can also be a great source of passion, able to keep the work in question relevant for a long time. It can also be the basis of certain success stories from the crowd-sourced Kickstarter projects. Mercenary Kings is one of these games. Almost every single facet of it harkens back to gaming's Golden Ag... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Will Muscat on April 9, 2014 under Featured, Xbox, Xbox One Reviews
What would motion gaming be without that token sport title? Sure, dancing is fun and Xbox Fitness is great, however the experience just doesn’t feel complete until you play some motion controlled bowling, or in this case climb a rock wall while attempting to not put your hands in the ceiling fan (I did it once, lesson learned). Rare have delivered that sport title for the Xbox One and Kinect 2.0... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Will Muscat on April 7, 2014 under Featured, Xbox, Xbox One Reviews
Before we get into this review I’d like to be the nice guy and point out that if you haven’t yet seen the Lego Movie, I’d highly recommend seeing that first as the game does follow the movie very closely and will give away some story. I also found the game more enjoyable after seeing the movie, so if you have the chance go see it first. With the last 12 months seeing a nice rise in Lego gam... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Paul Barbara on March 30, 2014 under Featured, Podcast
This week on the All Age Gaming podcast we discuss the latest news including Microsoft hinting at a return for Digital Sharing on the Xbox One, plus Naughty Dog loses more key staff. Also, Microsoft promises a game filled E3 with less executives and Sony’s Drive Club can’t catch a break. Plus on the show we tell you how you can win a copy of Infamous Second Son for the PlayStation 4, and a h... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on March 30, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
As I've made perfectly clear before, I love superhero stories. I enjoy Batman beating up thugs, I love the Power Rangers inspired heroics of The Wonderful 101, and I've got a special place in my heart for the InFamous games. Combining Silver Age era superpowers into the early 2000's age of grittiness and cynicism is always a fascinating mix, which the series has been able to create consistently. H... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Will Muscat on March 23, 2014 under Featured, Xbox, Xbox One Reviews
Prepare for Titanfall. Over the last few months those words would have been ringing in your ears every time you visited either us here at All Age Gaming or any other gaming site. Now when you hear those words it’s in the middle of a game when you call in your Titan to wreak havoc on the opposing pilots. With its major selling point of mech combat and combining multiplayer and a story campaign in... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on March 22, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS3 Reviews
I have died over one-hundred times in my first twenty hours of Dark Souls II. I've fallen from great heights, been poisoned, burned to a crisp, ambushed by club-wielding mutants, blown to pieces by explosives, and been filled with more sharp objects than a storehouse full of knife boxes. In any other game, this would make me hoarse with rage. Most games these days go out of their way to be as empo... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Shane Rowles on March 16, 2014 under Featured, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U Reviews
Let me just start off this review by saying Oh My God (Insert Famous Blonde from Hollywood’s voice). I have not played a DK game since Donkey Kong 64 and in a large way I’m thankful for that. It has made me appreciate this game a heap more. For a side scrolling platformer you are offered a huge amount of variety. One minute you’re swinging across platforms, the next you're swimming with dan... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Paul Barbara on March 16, 2014 under Featured, Podcast
This week on the All Age Gaming podcast we discuss the latest news including PlayStation 4 receiving a price increase in Canada to $449, plus Nintendo Wii U outpaces sales of the PS4 at launch. Also, Microsoft realises that honesty is the best policy and wants to be more honest and open with its fans, plus Titanfall gets dedicated servers in Australia. Also on the show you can find our latest ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on March 10, 2014 under Feature Articles
My fellow players, I cannot overstate my love of Dark Souls. I love its brutal and dour atmosphere. I love its post-apocalyptic dark fantasy setting. I love how its story is told through its environment, its game mechanics, and with strategically well-placed cutscenes and sparse dialogue. Above all, I love talking to the passionate community about interpretations of said story upto and including t... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Craig Cirillo on March 6, 2014 under Featured, Mobile Phone/Tablet Game Review
While we don't normally cover Mobile games here at AAG other than on the hand-held consoles like the Nintendo 3DS, we were fortunate enough to have on our podcast recently the Marketing man for SkyJoy Interactive's new game Super Kid Cannon. As a result we were given access to a special preview build of the game just prior its release (it is only available in New Zealand on Android at the moment).... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on March 6, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews, Xbox, Xbox One Reviews
Thief as a series is the stealth game genre. When it first came out, it was praised for its use of lighting and sound oriented stealth gameplay, sharp enemy AI, seamless and complicated levels full of collectable treasure, and an emphasis on exploration and grabbing everything that wasn't nailed to the floor. Before Metal Gear Solid or Hitman, Thief was the stolen crown jewel. There hasn't been a ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Craig Cirillo on March 5, 2014 under Feature Articles
Sequels can be challenging for game developers. They may have already hit the nail on the head once, but now they have to strike a balance between maintaining the original concept while adding new and engaging elements. Whether it’s the second, third or fifth incarnation of the game title, it is always a challenge to satisfy the fan base they already built up. Here are just five next generati... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on March 5, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS3 Reviews
This game had the entire deck stacked against it. The development of South Park: The Stick of Truth had to suffer the collapse of THQ along with the stigma of Obsidian Entertainment being behind the wheel, a studio that always seems to have their projects booted out the door before they are ready. There's also the fact that every single past game to bear the South Park name have been universally t... more.
A lot of internet online poker UK sites are there to help you learn about it.