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Load The Game’s experienced editors guide you through the newest gaming trends. Comparisons, charts, analysis and insights about the on-going evolution of the gaming industry are some of the topics the LTG team covers here. Whether you are a Nintendo Wii users, an Xbox One gamer or a PC enthusiast, we have interesting things to share!

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Three games’ endings which blew me away

Gaming distinguishes itself through interactivity, allowing its products to free themselves of the burden that is storytelling, and excusing many lazy endings. That being said, I am a lover of good stories, gladly playing through an average game for a great narrative, and particularly of wonderful endings. I particularly enjoy being surprised, shocked or deceived, something entertainment from every area ...

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Top 10 Free to Play MMORPGs in 2017

There are a lot of free-to-play MMORPGs out there. So many, in fact, that it can be daunting to go through them all. Sometimes, it can be hard to find a few that are worth your time. This list is a number of titles for gamers to check out and play throughout 2017, with a good variety for different tastes. While ...

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The immortal hedgehog ‘Sonic’ is back

Everyone’s favourite – or not so favourite – immortal hedgehog returns to screens this year in the new title Project Sonic 2017 featuring classic Sonic and modern Sonic battling robots side by side in a post-apocalyptic setting. The game’s release date will be later this year and will be available on PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Playstation 4. It ...

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Marvel Characters Built For Conventional Gaming

Marvel is rapidly expanding and improving its presence in the console gaming market. It’s taken a little while, given that the MCU has been the most popular thing in cinema for nearly a decade. The company finally appears to be putting some genuine effort into video game development, and we’re already on the cusp of some results. We wrote a ...

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Games for the ultimate winter experience

Seeing as we’re in the middle of the chilly months of winter, it seems like an appropriate time to check out some wonderfully wintry games! So whether you’re into endless runners, skiing simulators, or even some snowy slots games, here are some of the best ways that you can shake of the winter blues. One of the best winter titles ...

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Lessons that New Games Can Learn from the Classics

Now that you’re all grown up, you probably don’t have time to play games anymore. But, playing games probably taught you important lessons. Don’t believe me? Here are the six life lessons you can learn from playing video games. Cheating isn’t fun after some time For little kids, video games are really hard. Turning on “Cheat mode” makes gameplay so much easier and a ...

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Ghost Recon returns with Ghost Recon Wildlands in March 2017 with a sprawling open world.

The Creation of Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Reactive World

Ubisoft’s decision to use Bolivia as a model for the world in Ghost Recon Wildlands is exciting because of the scope and variety that it suggests. Snowy mountaintops, salt flats, expansive fields and sprawling villages all offer a lot of potential for a Tom Clancy game. Of course, Bolivia is a massive place, so Ubisoft decided wisely to not try ...

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Despite the many newer games on sale, the annual winter Steam sale is a great time to pick up some classic games.

Steam Sale Offers Many Great on Classics

Sometimes there are simply too many great deals during the annual winter Steam sale, and it’s difficult to protect your wallet! Fortunately, there are plenty of classic PC games that cost less than $5 and can keep your library stocked for the coming year. While this list is not exhaustive, it’s a good place to start if you haven’t played any ...

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The Witness: The Playthrough, Part 1

This will be a series of articles in which I detail my blind playthrough of the indie first-person puzzle game, The Witness. Just for fun, I will discuss the sights and puzzles I encounter, my inevitable hardships along the way, and my thoughts on what it all means. That being said, if you have not yet played the game and intend ...

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