Home » REVIEWS (page 12)


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.

Dragon Ball XenoVerse logo

Dragon Ball XenoVerse Review – Making History

Dragon Ball XenoVerse is a rather interesting take on the childhood favorite of many, while it isn’t the perfect game, it is easily the best Dragon Ball game to come out in recent years. The ability to be a Sayian alone had me very interested in the game and while creating a character is a fantastic addition to the gaming ...

Read More »
Evolve Review Cover

Evolve Review – You Better Run

I came, I saw, I conquered in Evolve. Evolve is an experience some may want to skip out on, with its odd DLC and Pre-Order structure, it may feel like an incomplete game to some. Evolve has had a lot of hate thrown at it in the Past few days, none of which have anything to do with the actual ...

Read More »
Dying Light

Dying Light Review: An Adrenaline-Packed Good Time

I first heard about Dying Light not through the video game community, but through my friend, a parkour enthusiast, which got me intrigued. After doing some research, I found a few gameplay videos of the demo and was curious to find a zombie survival game with the elements of free running mixed in. It was enough to attract my attention, ...

Read More »
Elite: Dangerous Review

Elite: Dangerous – Alone in Space

Elite: Dangerous is probably the biggest game I have ever played. Unfortunately for Elite: Dangerous though it also has an extremely steep learning curve and the game does almost nothing to help you. It is kind of surprising, Elite: Dangerous is an extremely fun game, but it is one that is frustrating to get used to. It is the type ...

Read More »
The Crew Review - Fun Run

The Crew Review – Fun Run

The Crew is an odd game. I have found my self enjoying it for a majority of the time, but small issues somewhat kill my experience. The Crew is not a bad game by any means, but it’s also not a revolutionary game that will change racing games forever. While The Crew is host to a rather impressive map size, ...

Read More »

SteelSeries Siberia Raw Prism Review – Affordable comfort

Towards the end of last week, the newly released SteelSeries Siberia Raw Prism made its way to our offices, getting us excited, as it’s been awhile since we had a chance to tinker with some newly released headsets. Naturally, we were expecting the best, as SteelSeries is a known and established leader in the gaming peripheral market. Not wanting to ...

Read More »
Far Cry 4 Review

Far Cry 4 Review – open and beautiful

Far Cry 4 is as open as it is beautiful. While it may play and feel somewhat like Far Cry 3, the 4th installment of this series shines bright. With interesting characters, beautiful scenery, a large map, great graphics, and great dialogue, it’s hard to say Far Cry 4 isn’t worth the purchase. While Far Cry 3 was beautiful at ...

Read More »
Super Smash Bros. Wii U Sales

Super Smash Bros – Wii U Review

Super Smash Bros is back for the 2nd time this year. This time it is on their main platform, instead of the handheld. I had a ton of fun on the Super Smash Bros 3DS version, but the Wii U was the version I was mostly looking forward to. After all, Super Smash Bros. is mostly appreciated when you are ...

Read More »
Dragon Age: Inquisition Review

Dragon Age – Inquisition Review

Bioware has been on some pretty thin ice with their last few games. We’ve seen controversy after controversy from Mass Effect 3 to their MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic. I believe I am not alone when I say that Dragon Age: Inquisition was something I approached with caution. I barely looked in to the game after the entire Dragon ...

Read More »
Assassin's Creed Rogue

Assassin’s Creed Rogue review | he makes his own luck

Yes, Assassin’s Creed Rogue is only on the last generation of consoles, and yes, it doesn’t feature Assassin’s Creed Unity’s spectacular free-running mechanics nor does it look as good as the French Revolution. Having said that, after going through the entire campaign and spending lots of hours taking down forts, collecting templar treasures, upgrading the franchise’s newest vessel or simply strolling ...

Read More »