Category: New Reviews

  • LTG Halloween Review: “Man of Medan” (2019)

    LTG Halloween Review: “Man of Medan” (2019)

    By Marshall Garvey In 2015, UK developer Supermassive Games added a pinnacle chapter to the survival horror genre with their first foray into it, Until Dawn. The game’s story of a group of attractive teenagers isolating themselves in a remote lodge to mark the anniversary of a friend’s death seemed like one unbecoming of a…

    By Marshall Garvey In 2015, UK developer Supermassive Games added a pinnacle chapter to the survival horror genre with their first foray into it, Until Dawn. The game’s story of a group of attractive teenagers isolating themselves in a remote lodge to mark the anniversary of a friend’s death seemed like one unbecoming of a…

  • Kingdom Hearts 3 Review #2 – Worth the Wait

    Kingdom Hearts 3 Review #2 – Worth the Wait

      No introduction is needed for this game. Let’s face it: Kingdom Hearts 3 has been talked about for a long, long time. If you have heard about the game, you know how long we had to wait to see the third major entry in the series after seeing 2 major Kingdom Hearts titles and…

      No introduction is needed for this game. Let’s face it: Kingdom Hearts 3 has been talked about for a long, long time. If you have heard about the game, you know how long we had to wait to see the third major entry in the series after seeing 2 major Kingdom Hearts titles and…

  • Kingdom Hearts III Review #1 – Long, Grandiose…But Just a Bit Short

    Kingdom Hearts III Review #1 – Long, Grandiose…But Just a Bit Short

    Title: Kingdom Hearts 3 Release Date: January 29, 2019 Rating: E10+ (E for Everyone ages 10 and older) Developer: Square Enix Producer: Square Enix Platforms: Playstation 4 (Reviewed), Xbox One   Review Run: 33 hours 23 minutes on Proud Mode (All Worlds + Secret Ending)   Fourteen years. Five side titles across multiple consoles. A…

    Title: Kingdom Hearts 3 Release Date: January 29, 2019 Rating: E10+ (E for Everyone ages 10 and older) Developer: Square Enix Producer: Square Enix Platforms: Playstation 4 (Reviewed), Xbox One   Review Run: 33 hours 23 minutes on Proud Mode (All Worlds + Secret Ending)   Fourteen years. Five side titles across multiple consoles. A…

  • Honesty in Loss – God of War (2018) Review

    Honesty in Loss – God of War (2018) Review

    By Terry Randolph Loss. It’s a permanent, powerful presence appearing in life at some juncture or another. Whether it’s saying goodbye to a home, friends, relationships, or a loved one, it rears its ugly head in ways that are mystifyingly profound. We all handle its presence differently; some romanticize it, hoping it lessens the painful…

    By Terry Randolph Loss. It’s a permanent, powerful presence appearing in life at some juncture or another. Whether it’s saying goodbye to a home, friends, relationships, or a loved one, it rears its ugly head in ways that are mystifyingly profound. We all handle its presence differently; some romanticize it, hoping it lessens the painful…

  • LTG Movie Review – Ready Player One (2018)

    LTG Movie Review – Ready Player One (2018)

    By Marshall Garvey Throughout his career, Steven Spielberg has had a knack not only for directing and producing great films, but great films perfectly suited for a specific time. E.T. and Poltergeist depicted polar opposite visions of suburban life at the outset of the Reagan 80’s. Saving Private Ryan fanned reverence for WWII servicemen the same year Tom Brokaw…

    By Marshall Garvey Throughout his career, Steven Spielberg has had a knack not only for directing and producing great films, but great films perfectly suited for a specific time. E.T. and Poltergeist depicted polar opposite visions of suburban life at the outset of the Reagan 80’s. Saving Private Ryan fanned reverence for WWII servicemen the same year Tom Brokaw…

  • Jackbox Party Pack 4 Review

    Jackbox Party Pack 4 Review

    Release Date: October 17th, 2017 Rated: T for Teen Developer: Jackbox Games, Inc. Producer: Jackbox Games, Inc. Genre: Mini Games Platform: Xbox One (played and reviewed), Playstation 4, PC, Android TV and Apple TV (4th Generation or Later) There is something to be said about the allure and entertainment that party games provide. On a basic level, the array…

    Release Date: October 17th, 2017 Rated: T for Teen Developer: Jackbox Games, Inc. Producer: Jackbox Games, Inc. Genre: Mini Games Platform: Xbox One (played and reviewed), Playstation 4, PC, Android TV and Apple TV (4th Generation or Later) There is something to be said about the allure and entertainment that party games provide. On a basic level, the array…

  • Batman: The Enemy Within: Episode 2 – The Pact Review

    Batman: The Enemy Within: Episode 2 – The Pact Review

    Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 Rated: M for Mature Developer: TellTale Games Producer: TellTale Games Genre: Point and Click, Narrative Focus Platform: Xbox One (played and reviewed), Playstation 4, PC Inevitably, every series ends up having an episode cramming in tons of exposition to set up the hooks necessary for the narrative. It is easy arguing that the pilot…

    Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 Rated: M for Mature Developer: TellTale Games Producer: TellTale Games Genre: Point and Click, Narrative Focus Platform: Xbox One (played and reviewed), Playstation 4, PC Inevitably, every series ends up having an episode cramming in tons of exposition to set up the hooks necessary for the narrative. It is easy arguing that the pilot…

  • Capturing the Light – Destiny 2 Impressions

    Capturing the Light – Destiny 2 Impressions

    *Destiny 2, like its predecessor, is meant to be taken as an MMORPG experience. This also means expansion packs in the near future as well as continual content updates, making it difficult to give a full review. Therefore, Last Token Gaming’s review will be an impressions piece instead. Release Date: September 6, 2017 (Playstation 4…

    *Destiny 2, like its predecessor, is meant to be taken as an MMORPG experience. This also means expansion packs in the near future as well as continual content updates, making it difficult to give a full review. Therefore, Last Token Gaming’s review will be an impressions piece instead. Release Date: September 6, 2017 (Playstation 4…

  • Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: The Review You Were All Waiting For

    Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: The Review You Were All Waiting For

    by Isaac Smith To be frank, I don’t think anyone was really waiting for reviews of the new Zelda game. To continue being frank, I don’t think most reviewers waited to write them, either. Leave it to Last Token Gaming to take the tortoise approach to hare-brained video game reporting! Now that we’re done breaking…

    by Isaac Smith To be frank, I don’t think anyone was really waiting for reviews of the new Zelda game. To continue being frank, I don’t think most reviewers waited to write them, either. Leave it to Last Token Gaming to take the tortoise approach to hare-brained video game reporting! Now that we’re done breaking…

  • Nintendo Switch Review

    Nintendo Switch Review

    Switch Review   So the time is finally here; from rumor mills, to official reveal to the release date, we have been anticipating on Nintendo’s newest console, Nintendo Switch. After enduring many months of rumors, we can finally put all of the anticipation to rest as the public finally gets to experience on what the…

    Switch Review   So the time is finally here; from rumor mills, to official reveal to the release date, we have been anticipating on Nintendo’s newest console, Nintendo Switch. After enduring many months of rumors, we can finally put all of the anticipation to rest as the public finally gets to experience on what the…