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  • Staff Recommendations to Pass the Time This Summer/Winter

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2014 under Feature Articles
    Fellow players and readers, July and August are upon us, which means a large stretch of time where major releases are non-existent and people have time to either go through their back catalog, binge on purchases they've already made, or actually go outside and enjoy the holiday. However, we here at All Age Gaming want to take this opportunity to recommend some titles that you may have missed for o... more.
  • Bonus Gambling Code

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 22, 2014 under Feature Articles
    Getting codes in the digital age of gaming can be a real pain. Having to enter a code with an unintuitive keyboard setup and waiting for your reward to download takes a lot of time out of what should be a quick and painless process. But there are some codes that keep things succinct and to the point. Getting some extra cash in the digital wallet and using however you see fit. Or perhaps giving yo... more.
  • Microsoft Gambles and Loses on Xbox Entertainment Studios

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 22, 2014 under Feature Articles
    When Microsoft announced the Xbox One they put a lot of their money into the idea of the console being a definitive hub for multimedia entertainment. They even went so far as to open up their own television division, Xbox Entertainment Studios, with the express purpose of creating content exclusively for the Xbox platform. But it seems that they backed the wrong horse. After some very heated cont... more.
  • Shovel Knight Wii U Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 17, 2014 under Featured, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U Reviews
    Mega Man, Ducktales, Zelda II, Super Mario Bros. 3, and Castlevania. If you have fond memories of any of those games mentioned above, congratulations, you have passed the Shovel Knight litmus test and chances are you're too busy playing this successfully Kick-started game to read this review. But for everyone else who is on the fence about whether or not to pick up, or have yet to have this game r... more.
  • Valiant Hearts: The Great War Playstation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 10, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
    War is hell. It is an ugly truth to anyone who has suffered through it or knows someone who has. In modern gaming, war is either seen as an elaborate chess match or an empowerment of the single soldier fighting for his beliefs. All great representations, but very few games explore the other side of such things. The moments of silence between gunfights, the mundane or even horrific conditions of b... more.
  • All Age Gaming’s Staff Favorites of E3

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 10, 2014 under Feature Articles
    Another year, another E3, another cornucopia of hype! That's right folks, we here at AAG, after letting the trailers, early gameplay footage and press conferences set in, have finally come to enjoy a select few experiences shown at E3. If we don't mention something you actually liked, don't be offended, this year was quite a doozy. Have a read, feel free to disagree and discuss! Tyler Chancey's... more.
  • Entwined Playstation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 24, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
    Entwined was a release that snuck up on a lot of people. It was unveiled at this year's E3 and accrued a lot of positive buzz from many respected people in the industry. Hyped as an energetic mix of Child of Eden, Journey, and Flower, this premiere title by Pixel Opus then surprised more people by it silently arriving on Playstation Network practically overnight. While Pixel Opus should be congra... more.
  • Watch_Dogs Playstation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 29, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
    Watch Dogs has had two years of hype behind it, and needless to say it doesn't live up to such expectations. It promised the first true next generation sandbox experience with a cyber thriller edge. The trailers showed cutting edge graphics and an utterly breathtaking attention to detail. Ubisoft has released five different special versions of the game, one complete with replicas of the protagonis... more.
  • Gaming not enough? Try Slot machines and more online!

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 27, 2014 under Feature Articles
    We here at All Age Gaming are all about giving you information and entertaining commentary on the latest games and trends in the industry and the community. We cover everything from independent productions to multimillion dollar blockbusters. The silly and charming projects intended for children as well as mature titles. But, sometimes we as players need a little extra spice to our interactive ex... more.
  • E3 Hopes and Expectations!

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 24, 2014 under Feature Articles, Featured
    We here at All Age Gaming can't see the future. If we did, we'd be really wealthy people right about now. But we do love speculation, and since E3 is right around the corner, we decided to express what would totally blow our minds if it were presented in some capacity at this year's expo. So get comfortable and have a look. Will Muscat: Rare Crackdown Effect What do I expect? The first one is ... more.
  • Transistor Playstation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 22, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
    How do you follow up success? Supergiant Games had to ask this question after the success of their first project, Bastion, on the Xbox 360. It was an otherwise serviceable hack and slash RPG that was bolstered by stellar art direction, memorable aesthetics, and above average voice-over work. Transistor in a lot of ways feels like a sequel, since it borrows several gameplay cues and ideas from Bast... more.
  • Stick it to the Man Playstation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 18, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
    Comedy in games should be explored more often. A bit of levity to help get through an otherwise serious experience is okay, but with something as subjective and broad as comedy I'm surprised there isn't more flavors of it in games. There's the 80s frathouse nostalgia and ironic game commentary of the Borderlands series and the absurdist logic of Telltale Game's adaptations of Monkey Island and Sam... more.
  • Daylight Playstation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 9, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
    It's no secret that the horror genre has seen a revival thanks to the internet. There was the explosive popularity of Slender, Frictional Games made a knockout with their Lovecraftian Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and the talented artists at Red Barrels have made the great Outlast. These modestly budgeted titles have all found their audiences thanks to certain web personalities like Pewdiepie, and ha... more.
  • Octodad: Dadliest Catch Playstation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 24, 2014 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
    Comedy is difficult in games. Punchlines can fall flat and the timing and duration of certain running jokes can degrade an otherwise enjoyable experience. There are attempts at satire like Saint's Row, but such material feels inclusive to the community as a whole instead of something more universal. The development studio Young Horses had an idea for such an experience, one that could easily becom... more.
  • Mercenary Kings Playstation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by 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.
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