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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.

Destiny expansion review

Destiny’s House of Wolves Review

It’s been some time since the release of Destiny’s new expansion, and now that the dust has settled and Bungie has played out its hand, it’s time for the community to receive it. A lot of hype has been built around this expansion, and for good reason: for many people, hardcore Destiny fans like myself included, House of Wolves was ...

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Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition Review

Puzzle & Dragons (P&D) is a series that takes the simple, addicting gameplay of casual matching titles like Bejeweled and injects it into the heart of a light RPG with turn-based combat. Developed by GungHo Online Entertainment, the game launched on iOS, Android, and Kindle devices in 2012. It became a national sensation in Japan, and it didn’t take long for the rest of ...

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Raiders of the lost quark

Schrödinger’s Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark Review – Physics, Fun, and Cats

Schrödinger’s Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark first launched on Steam back in September 2014. Now, with the help of Team 17 – the minds behind the Worms series, developer Italic Pig has released the quirky action-adventure platformer on Xbox One and PS4. With a clever sense of humor, unique gameplay, and a great amount of replayability, Schrödinger’s Cat establishes itself as ...

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Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains Review – Breaking Chains

Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains (developed by Spike Chunsoft and published by ATLUS) is the very first Attack on Titan game to be released outside of Japan. Seeing as the Attack on Titan anime and manga series have become worldwide phenomena over the past few years, it’s safe to say that expectations are high for what will be the first chance that many Attack ...

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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker Review – A Demonic Delight

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor was introduced to the world in 2009. The games are tactical RPGs (or strategy RPGS – SRPGs) that bring grid-based combat to the classic MegaTen experience of recruiting powerful demons and fusing them together to create even stronger demons. The first game was given a makeover and re-released on Nintendo 3DS as Devil Survivor Overclocked in 2011. Since then, ...

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The Old Blood Review

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review

A standalone digital download, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a prequel to last year’s sleeper hit, Wolfenstein: The New Order. Available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, the game currently retails at, $19.99 (£14.99/19.99€). The game sees you regain control of professional Nazi killer, B.J.  Blazkowicz, as he stealth’s, shoots and maims his way through the dystopia of the Nazi ...

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Bloodborne Review – Prepare to die, again.

Bloodborne, like its spiritual predecessor, Dark Souls has forced itself into my consciousness, occupying my every waking minute and dreams. Going to sleep after being bested by a boss only to wake up with a new tactic evokes emotions and feelings rarely created by games. Like Dark Souls before it, Bloodborne does a great job of drawing you into its ...

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Mortal Kombat X Review – Raining Blood

Saying that the Mortal Kombat series has come a long way would be an understatement. From the graphics to the mechanics, Mortal Kombat has evolved numerous times, constantly tweaking the formula in each iteration. With the addition of 8 brand new characters to the series and accessible – but deep – fighting mechanics, developer NetherRealm Studios is set out to prove that Mortal Kombat ...

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Battlefield: Hardline Review – Chasing Gold

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 Xbox

Screamride Review – Ups and Downs

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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