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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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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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Fallout 4 Review – Home, Sweet Home

Fallout 4 is one of the most highly anticipated titles of 2015. Fans of the series (including myself) have been anxiously awaiting the new installment for years, and now it’s finally in our hands. I’ve been playing Fallout 4 for a few weeks now, and though I know I’ve seen far from everything the game has to offer, I think I’m ready to ...

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The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes Review

The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes is the newest entry in the Legend of Zelda series. This series contains some of the greatest video games ever made, so every Zelda title launches to an insanely high amount of expectations. TriForce Heroes channels the co-op gameplay first introduced in Four Swords, and focuses on small stages instead of one giant adventure. The result is a ...

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Review – Back In Sync

After standing in line for the midnight release of Unity last year and getting home to a broken game that I couldn’t even bring myself to finish (despite the enormous amount of potential that the setting provided), I was afraid for Syndicate (though, at the time, we all thought we’d be playing a game called Assassin’s Creed Victory). Would Syndicate make the same mistakes that Unity did? Would this ...

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Halo 5: Guardians review: Combat has evolved, but at what cost?

In the beginning, there was Halo: Combat Evolved, and while it was incredibly basic by modern standards, it was good. Then came Halo 2, and though the ending was somewhat controversial, it too was good, expanding upon what made Halo great in every aspect from storytelling to multiplayer. And soon, Halo 3 followed to finish the fight, introducing some new ...

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Guitar Hero Live Review – Comeback Kid

Guitar Hero Live marks the return of a series that changed the rhythm game genre forever when it began in 2005. After 2010, it seemed like the series was dead. Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock launched, but it looked like that was the end of things. Industry experts declared that the era of plastic guitar controllers was over, and we believed them. Now, though, in ...

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X-Ray and Vav Season 2 review: Long live the King

Long ago, Saturday morning cartoons were a ritual that most might remember fondly; waking up at hours that would normally be reserved for school days to watch your favorite shows, parents, sleep, and breakfast be damned. With the return of Rooster Teeth’s X-Ray and Vav series, that ritual makes a comeback, albeit with an older audience in mind. Unless you’re ...

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Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Review

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is a new fighting game from SEGA for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. If you’re not familiar with Dengeki Bunko, it’s a Japanese publisher than primarily releases light novels. In this game, you’ll be able to play as characters from some of Dengeki Bunko’s most popular series, including Sword Art Online, Black Bullet, Accel World, and Strike the Blood. ...

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Undertale Review – Humans, Monsters… Flowers

Undertale is the latest addition to a long list of games that I show to anyone who claims that video games aren’t works of art. It’s one of the most incredible games I have ever played. During the seven hours that it took to complete my first playthrough, it never lost my attention. When I was playing Undertale, I was fully ...

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