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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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Duelyst Review

Duelyst is a collectible card game for PC and Mac. Yes, I know that at this point, in 2016, that’s less exciting than it used to be. With TCG games like Hearthstone, Scrolls, Magic: The Gathering Online, and HEX (just to name a few) already on the scene, it’s increasingly harder to make a game that makes an impression. Luckily, though, Duelyst succeeds in many ways. ...

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Zero Time Dilemma Review – Plaudite! Acta est fabula!

Zero Time Dilemma is the third and final entry in the Zero Escape series. The series began with 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors in 2009, and was followed by Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward in 2012. Now, the final installment is finally here. Zero Time Dilemma takes place between 999 and Virtue’s Last Reward. There are some sequels that are fully playable even if you haven’t ...

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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Review

Odin Sphere originally came out in 2007. It was immediately recognized as one of the best RPGs on PlayStation 2, and for good reason – the story, gameplay, and graphics were top tier for the time. Now, in 2016, we get a chance to revisit the world of Odin Sphere with Odin Sphere Leifthrasir from Vanillaware and ATLUS. The game ...

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Rooster Teeth’s Day 5 (episode 2) review: It’s all in your mind

If you were asked to think of a story that involves the end of the world, chances are that you are probably envisioning something that involves all kinds of environmental hazards and tribal human survivors fighting over everything. From games like Fallout 4 and Dead Rising to movies like Mad Max, most doomsday stories revolve around how a character overcomes said obstacles to fulfill their (usually) noble ...

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DOOM Review – To Hell and Back

As a series, DOOM has had quite the history. In 1993, the original DOOM was released, and it instantly became a hit. Since then, the series has only grown in popularity. DOOM, DOOM 2, and DOOM 3 rank among my favorite games – and I’m far from the only one. The first two games are pure FPS bliss, while DOOM 3 took things in a different direction that was ...

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Lichdom: Battlemage Review

Lichdom: Battlemage initially released on PC in 2014. Earlier this year, the game was ported to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, which is what this review will cover. To describe it briefly, it’s a first-person shooter style game that replaces your guns and grenades with spells and mage-style abilities. It sounds like a perfect marriage between magical RPGs and fast-paced ...

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Overwatch review: The newest way to hate your teammates!

Conceptually, Overwatch is no different from any other game in that it is certainly not the first game to revolve around fighting with your team and using your character’s abilities to outplay the opposing team. The most obvious direct comparisons that come to mind are Team Fortress 2 and Battleborn, two games that have similarly cartoon-y art styles, vibrant colors, ...

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Pebble Time Smartwatch Review – Bigger on the Inside

Smartwatches have gone from being an odd, futuristic novelty to a part of many everyday routines. Apple, Samsung, Sony, and even Fitbit have made their names known in the rising smartwatch war. Another name worth knowing, though, is Pebble. Initially a project on Kickstarter, Pebble has a reputation for making functional, reasonably priced watches. Their newest model, the Pebble Time ...

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