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Submitted by Bigjerms 334d ago | review

Loadout Review: A Big of Everything, A Lot of Fun.

One of Steam's consistent Top 10 Free To Play for the past month has been Loadout and although it's been out for awhile, we didn't have a chance to try it out until recently and we have to say, it is super fast paced and loads of fun. Loadout, developed by Edge of Reality is an indie Arena FPS which has the quirky cartoon graphics of Team Fortress 2 and similar levels of character customization but what makes it unique, as per it's name "Loadout" is the ability to customize your weapons with up to 40 billion possible combinations. And the weapons aren't your run of the mill standard issue rifles but rather interesting Ratchet and Clank style weapons from rockets that scuttle on the ground and shock people or fire burning laser beams with X-ray vision. (Loadout, PC, Steam) 8.5/10

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