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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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Senran Kagura: Estival Versus Review

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus is the latest entry in the action brawler series. Senran Kagura is a fast-paced action game packed to the brim with ninja action, silly dialogue, and a whole lot of fan service. At first look, Estival Versus might look too silly to be enjoyable, but underneath the wild aesthetic is a solid action game, and it’s easily the ...

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Return to PopoloCrois Review – Comfort Gaming

Introduction If you have no idea what PopoloCrois is (and why we’re “returning” to it), you’re forgiven. The first PopoloCrois game (published by Marvelous) was only ever released in North America on PSP in 2005. However, in Japan, it has a much more storied history. A manga series, a novel, and five video games all preceded the series’ debut in ...

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The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Review

I’ll start by being honest with you – Trails of Cold Steel is the first Legend of Heroes game that I’ve ever played. I know that means that I’ve missed out on a lot of great games, but it didn’t affect my enjoyment of this title at all. Trails of Cold Steel is one of the best RPGs of 2015, and I recommend ...

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Dementium Remastered Review

Introduction Renegade Kid released Dementium: The Ward for the Nintendo DS in 2007. Having a survival horror / first-person shooter on Nintendo DS was pretty awesome, and reviewers praised the horror elements and the use of the relatively limited DS technology to make a solid game. It was followed by Dementium II in 2010, which was also well received. After some legal problems, ...

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Corpse Party: Blood Drive Review

Corpse Party: Blood Drive is the third and last title in the Heavenly Host saga that the Corpse Party series has been entertaining us with for years. Some sequels can be played without playing the games that came before it, but that’s not how things are with Blood Drive. If you haven’t played Corpse Party and Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, Blood Drive probably won’t make any ...

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RWBY volume 3 review: once more, with feeling

At the end of the second volume of RWBY, everything seemed to be going so well for all the Huntsmen and Huntresses: Roman Torchwick is locked up in an airship, a Grimm invasion is repelled, and while the rest of the villains aren’t quite accounted for, they at least went back into hiding. True, some people got yelled at for letting ...

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Star Wars Battlefront Review

The last time we saw Star Wars Battlefront on consoles was in 2005. Since then, the Battlefront series has consisted of two PSP titles, one mobile game, and at least two cancelled sequels (that we know of). Finally, though, Star Wars Battlefront has returned. It’s not as amazing as I remember it being, and the content is somewhat light, but overall it’s a cool experience. It’s ...

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Toki Tori 3D Review

Toki Tori is an awesome puzzle game. We’ve known this since the first game launched on Game Boy Color in 2001. We saw an equally amazing sequel (Toki Tori 2) in 2013, and for good reason – the series is absolutely charming, and Toki Tori 3D is no exception. Toki Tori 3D is a version of the original game made especially for Nintendo ...

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Rodea The Sky Soldier Review [3DS] – Flightless Bird

Rodea The Sky Soldier has come a long way since it was first discussed by Yuji Naka (developer of NiGHTS Into Dreams and the Sonic the Hedgehog series) in 2010. The action game was originally intended for the Wii, but the game’s release didn’t go as planned. Now, in 2015, we’re finally getting Rodea The Sky Soldier not only for Wii, but also ...

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