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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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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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Yo-Kai Watch Review – We’re Going to Be Friends

Yo-Kai Watch is Level-5’s biggest hit. The series has produced video games that have sold millions of units, lines of bestselling toys, a smash hit anime series, and some extremely popular manga. In Japan, people of all ages have been absolutely captivated by Yo-Kai Watch since 2013, but, for some reason, it’s just now gaining ground outside of the country. ...

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Stella Glow Review – Music to My Ears

Stella Glow is the swan song of Japanese game developer imageepoch. Even if their name doesn’t ring a bell, you’ve probably played one of their games – they’re the ones behind the Luminous Arc series [DS], Yoshi’s New Island, the Criminal Girls series [PSP/Vita], and other cool games like Black Rock Shooter: The Game [PSP] and Time and Eternity [PS3]. Unfortunately, imageepoch shut down earlier ...

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Call of Duty: Black Ops III Review

Call of Duty: Black Ops III has been three years in the making, and it shows once things take off. Though the campaign is insanely confusing and sometimes boring, the absolutely fantastic multiplayer and zombie modes are irresistibly fun, and three separate level-up systems loaded with unlockable and customizable content make this the biggest Call of Duty game to date. NOTE: ...

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