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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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Reus Review: A Wealth of Fun

Reus originally released on PC in May 2013, and it has now been ported to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While the game has its issues, Reus still delivers fun gameplay and an abundance of charm on consoles. Reus is a god game in which you control four giants (Forest, Ocean, Rock, and Swamp giants), whose abilities allow you to ...

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Adam Wolfe, Episode I Review

Adam Wolfe is a type of game that we don’t see very often anymore. Hidden object puzzles have been forced out of modern gaming, and the point and click adventure game has fallen out of favor with many modern gamers. It’s sad, really, because there’s a reason these games used to be so popular – they’re a lot of fun. Adam ...

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Inside review: Evoking what lies within

Sinister, Ominous and Unnerving. Inside is an unsettling, mood  altering masterpiece. Inside is the highly anticipated follow-up release to the critically acclaimed indie title Limbo, developed and published by Playdead studios. Inside is a 2D side scrolling platform adventure, in which you follow the escapades of a juvenile protagonist avoiding a myriad of dangerous perils and pitfalls whilst interacting with ...

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One of the most anticipated games in 2017 - For Honor

Review:Fighting for honor – Ubisoft new monster

Developed by Ubisoft, For Honor is due to release by February of next year. The game captures what no other video game melee combat can; the detailing of the weapons, the type of attacks and the sound effects. The effects are crystal clear, the “clang” sound when two metals clash, the dodge when you move away from the attack, and ...

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L.A. Noire Flashback Review: One Silly Detective

L.A. Noire was a game I enjoyed immensely back in 2011, but my memory faded and the details of Cole Phelps’s journey slipped from my mind. One day I had this dilemma that all gamers can relate too. I hit a dry spell. I was tired of all of my games and the solution: dust off the PS3. I had ...

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Madden NFL 17 Review

I’ll be honest with you – I don’t really play a lot of sports games. In fact, Madden NFL 17 is the first football game I’ve spent more than a few hours with since Madden Football 64. To my pleasant surprise, though, I actually enjoyed my time with the game. As you all know, every year comes the day when EA puts out ...

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Pokémon GO Review – The Dream of the 90s

Pokémon GO was announced last year, and people have been freaking out about it ever since. The original trailer (included below) blew everyone’s minds, and it was a tough wait. I mean, it’s a big deal – this is something we’ve all been dreaming of since the original Pokémon games came out! We’ve all wanted to set out on a Pokémon ...

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Gal*Gun: Double Peace Review

Gal*Gun: Double Peace is something I never expected to make it to the West. It’s a rail shooter with light dating sim elements. Instead of shooting zombies or soldiers, though, you’ll be aiming for cute anime girls. You’ll have to shoot them with pheromones to keep them off of you, because everybody is suddenly in love with you. All the while, ...

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Rooster Teeth’s Day 5 episode 6 review: All things must end?

At long last, after six episodes and almost five hours of contemplating to what lengths would people go to fight the apocalypse, Rooster Teeth’s Day 5 series comes to an end. The culmination of Ellis, Sam, Jake, and Ally’s journey to try and find out why people are dying in their sleep ends not with a whimper, but with a bang, as they finally ...

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