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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.

Plants Vs. Zombies 2: Lost City

Plants Vs. Zombies 2: Lost City Part 2 review

The next stage (or more accurately, the continuation of a stage) has just been released for Plants Vs. Zombies 2 and in it, the zombies are back on the march in the Lost City. With more than a dozen new levels, an endless wave mode for the stage, modified side quests that are repeatable, 3 new plants (one of which requires ...

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Batman: Arkham Knight Review – The Hero We Deserve

Batman: Arkham Knight is the third (and, reportedly, final) title in Rocksteady’s series of Batman games. In 2009, Batman: Arkham Asylum truly defined the superhero video game – though it had been attempted many times before. It was followed by Arkham City in 2011 and a prequel title, Arkham Origins, developed by Warner Bros. Games Montréal. All of the games (except, perhaps, Arkham Origins) were ...

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Splatoon Review – A Beautiful Mess

Splatoon was a risky choice for Nintendo. Nintendo’s success rests mostly on its existing IP – Mario, the Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Donkey Kong, and Pokémon are just a few of the massively successful franchises that Nintendo has launched. While we all love these games, there comes a time where risks need to be taken and new avenues explored. That’s what Splatoon is ...

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Fallout Shelter review

In the midst of Bethesda’s first E3 conference, among all the (well deserved) jabs at smartwatches and announcements of a real Pip-Boy for the collectors edition for Fallout 4 was the revealing of Fallout Shelter, yet another way that you can bring your love of Fallout with you wherever you go. Described by Todd Howard as a kind of a ...

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HOTS REVIEW

Heroes of the Storm Review

On paper, I shouldn’t really be enamored by Heroes of the Storm, Blizzard’s first foray into the MOBA genre. Its casualized and dumbed down approach to the genre seems like a retraction rather than an advancement for the MOBA formula. On the contrary, where Heroes of the Storm removes complicated staples of the genre, it adds in new mechanics that ...

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Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure Review

Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure came as quite a surprise. It was announced and released in Japan on May 31, and it finally hit the eShop in North America and Europe on June 11. By bringing classic Dr. Mario gameplay together with elements from Dr. Luigi and Dr. Mario Online Rx, Miracle Cure provides an excellent Dr. Mario experience for a low price. If you’ve never played ...

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Lara Croft: Relic Run

A Windows Phone App Review – Lara Croft: Relic Run

The Windows Phone app ecosystem often, and with reason, receives criticism. The Windows Phone app selection isn’t as great as iOS or Android, and many of the WP’s titles come no where close to parity with its competition. It’s one of the biggest things holding Windows Phones back. If you’ve ever played something like Infinity Blade on iOS, WP apps ...

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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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