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Christopher Mark Stahler

Christopher is a Contributor at Load The Game and a Community Manager for Project Extract. If he isn't writing about games or playing games, then he's more than likely thinking about, you guessed it, games. Christopher prefers RPGs over all, but isn't opposed to jumping in to just about anything.

GTA V: Review for Next-Gen

GTA V Bug Allows Players to Gain Millions

GTA V is back! After a year of being on last gen consoles it has decided to jump over to Next Gen, where I believe it should have been in the first place. While some people may be a little reluctant to come back to GTA V, it is better than it was. While the online still has some issues, ...

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Killing Floor 2 Preview – Guts and Gorey

Killing Floor 2 Preview

Chances are if you’re viewing this you know Tripwire Interactive, a company who seems to sacrifice graphic superiority and overall smoothness for sheer pleasure and challenge. Killing Floor wouldn’t be the first game to sacrifice something in the name of the game though, Tripwire merely decided to focus on specific aspects that make a game in this particular genre entertaining. ...

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Battlefield: Hardline Review – Chasing Gold

Battlefield: Hardline Review Police

Battlefield: Hardline took the Battlefield series to unfamiliar territory, immersing the player in the life and mindset of cops and criminals; the righteous and the evil. Hardline provides a sense of realism by removing the heavy array of weaponry seen in the earlier titles and obtains a fresh approach to the field of battle, accomplishing this thanks to Visceral Games, ...

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Screamride Review – Ups and Downs

Screamride Xbox

Screamride doesn’t do much to challenge RollerCoaster Tycoon in any in typical sense, but it does challenge the way we play these types of games. You won’t be able to open your own park up, you can’t see customer feedback, and you can’t trap people on a deserted island waiting for them to slowly starve to death. What you can ...

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Dragon Ball XenoVerse Review – Making History

Dragon Ball XenoVerse logo

Dragon Ball XenoVerse is a rather interesting take on the childhood favorite of many, while it isn’t the perfect game, it is easily the best Dragon Ball game to come out in recent years. The ability to be a Sayian alone had me very interested in the game and while creating a character is a fantastic addition to the gaming ...

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Evolve Review – You Better Run

Evolve Review Cover

I came, I saw, I conquered in Evolve. Evolve is an experience some may want to skip out on, with its odd DLC and Pre-Order structure, it may feel like an incomplete game to some. Evolve has had a lot of hate thrown at it in the Past few days, none of which have anything to do with the actual ...

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Top 4 PS4 Games of 2014

PS4: Best games of 2014!

The PS4 has had one great year in 2014! All 3 systems actually managed to have great games in the year of 2014. It is actually a rather good year for gaming in general, but for the PS4 greatness has arrived. The PS4 was home to some absolutely spectacular exclusives in 2014. Here are the best PS4 exclusive games of 2014: ...

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Top 4 Xbox One Games of 2014

Best Xbox One Games of 2014

The Xbox one and PS4 may have fallen to the victim of the lizard Squad this Holiday season, but they both overall had a great year. The Xbox One has done rather well, even if it wasn’t my choice for the 2014 Holiday season. The Xbox One had some great games to come out as well as some great apps. ...

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Elite: Dangerous – Alone in Space

Elite: Dangerous Review

Elite: Dangerous is probably the biggest game I have ever played. Unfortunately for Elite: Dangerous though it also has an extremely steep learning curve and the game does almost nothing to help you. It is kind of surprising, Elite: Dangerous is an extremely fun game, but it is one that is frustrating to get used to. It is the type ...

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Games With Gold Heats up in January

Xbox One & Xbox 360 Games With Gold January

It has been a rather cold Winter for Games with Gold, but it looks as if that will change during the month of January. Xbox One only received one game for Games for Gold in December and the selection wasn’t too pleasing either. Well, January is a new year and starts off well for Xbox One fans, as the Games for ...

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