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Load The Game takes pride in its review section, bringing you an objective and in-depth analysis of the latest releases. LTG’s reviews go through games on all platforms, from the Playstation 4 to the 3DS and the PC. Our grades are awarded after careful consideration, and the Load the Game team does its utmost best to help you make up your mind about that game purchase you want to make.

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EaseUS – The new features make it even easier to use

EaseUS has been around for a while now and it has a great number of fans. The data recovery software proved multiple times that it is exactly what people need when they are desperate to recover data they thought was lost forever. This is because EaseUS is indeed capable of doing what it promises to do: bring back all the ...

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The Banner Saga Review

Taking risks and living with the consequences. That’s what the Banner Saga feels like, most of the time. Stoic’s universe seems to be carefully crafted from legends of old and faery-tales alike, and sets players into a deep, mature and deeply rewarding world filled with peril and battered-down warriors. For most of the time, you feel as if you’re not ...

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Loadout Review

Edge of Reality’s Loadout has been recently released on Steam, and it’s completely free to pick up and play. As with any free-to-play title, it comes with a microtransaction system, but unless you feel the need to stand out and buy goofy outfits, there’s no real incentive to spend real money. So what’s Loadout? It’s a 3rd person shooter with ...

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The Division review: It’s exactly like Destiny, but with matchmaking!

On paper, The Division and Destiny are almost exactly identical: they are both loot based games that you can’t play offline, and they are both games that encourage the practice of playing with other people. Other than the aforementioned obvious, almost unavoidable comparisons though, the two games are like night and day. You get loot, and you get loot, everybody ...

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The 3 Best Adaptations Of Video Games In Pop Culture

Games should generally stay on their original platforms. No one wants a Pacman movie. Prince Of Persia was iconic until it hit the big screen. And Hitman had the chance to change the trend but wasted it. There’s a reason we mostly skip through the narrative parts of games – it’s because the narrative comes through best in the action, ...

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