Garbage games of 2017

LoadScreen’s Editors Charlie and Tom have already given you their nice lists from 2017, now it’s time for the naughty lists. Picking the most garbage aspect of 2017 isn’t a small task, the year was objectively pretty trashy all round. Fortunately (or unfortunately) for us, we spent a lot of the year playing a tonne of games – so with no real joy (okay some joy) we’ve ...[Read More]

WIN a copy of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

To win a copy of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy head over to LoadScreen’s Facebook page, give us a like, comment your favourite Crash memory and share the post! The competition is open only to Australian residents and the winner will be selected by us on July 7, 2017. IMPORTANT: If you haven’t completed all the steps, you will not be eligible for the prize. Don’t forget to follow ...[Read More]

Garbage games of 2016

Charlie and Tom have given you their highlights of 2016, now it’s time to look over the lowest of the lowlights. Unlike last year, we thought we’d collaborate on this list so that it doesn’t get too subjective based on one person’s tastes. Also it’s worth noting, a few games on here we genuinely enjoyed parts of, but controversy has left them on the scrap heap of the ...[Read More]

Dota 2 TI6 team spotlight: Escape Gaming

– Francesco Puglisi Here we are with another Wildcard tournament team, this time coming from the European qualifier: Escape gaming. Escape Gaming is a new eSport organisation founded in March 2016 and it’s starting to support teams in Dota 2, CS:GO and Hearthstone. In June 2016 Escape signed the recently formed independent team No Diggity, which didn’t manage to achieve any significant...[Read More]

Dota 2 TI6 team spotlight: compLexity Gaming

– Francesco Puglisi The International 2016 starts in a few days in Seattle, where the best 16 teams in the world are going to battle it out for the highest prize pool in the history of eSports, slightly more than US$18.5 million. To put things into perspective, the Super Bowl dishes out a meagre $8.5M and the baseball World Series $8M, while the Wimbledon tennis tournament allocated around $11M fo...[Read More]

Starladder i-League Starseries Season 2: Na’Vi is finally back

– Francesco Puglisi The last premiere tournament of the season before The International 6 just drew to an end with a banging upset: Na’Vi is back and they are not fooling around. For the ones who have not being following the Dota 2 pro scene too closely, Na’Vi is definitely one of the most famous and cheered for teams in the world. The Ukrainian squad grew to fame in 2011, when they won the ...[Read More]

Games to look forward to at E3

– Kyle Tander It’s almost that time of the year again as the world’s biggest gaming convention, E3, is just around the corner from June 14-16. The excitement meters are beginning to climb as some highly anticipated video games are going to be shown to the public. There are some titles that are bound to get the blood pumping and pulses racing, so why don’t we go on and name a few games to loo...[Read More]

Luna-The Shadow Dust: A click and play, puzzle exploration game

-Karolina Firman Right off the bat the first thing I noticed about Luna-The Shadow Dust was how visually interesting it is, it reminds me of Adventure Time with the soul of a Miyazaki film. That’s what I got from the (painfully) short demo version available anyway, and so far Luna looks to be a very promising game. Luna is made by independent company Lantern Studios, and is (yet another) KickStart...[Read More]

Clique: Satisfy your need for gameception

– Karolina Firman Have you ever wanted to play a game within a game? Clique is a game created by DeadArtGames that is just that. We spoke to creator Neil Jones, who told us all about his game and plans for the future. “Clique is a game where Players start off  as a girl’s in-game avatar and play out the story of how he (The Avatar) is lost in his world. Which is full of characters that...[Read More]

Halo 5’s Firefight adds new flavour to the classic

– James Orr After a few weeks of anticipation, the beta for Halo 5’s incoming gamemode, ‘Warzone Firefight’ is out. While I enjoyed the introduction of Firefight in Halo 3: ODST, I wasn’t a huge fan of Halo: Reach’s firefight and loathed Halo 4’s version, Spartan Ops; but surprisingly, 343 Industries seems to have brought firefight back with all new bells and whistles. Warzone Firefight does...[Read More]

Is the Destiny update light at the end of the tunnel?

– James Orr Destiny’s new update adds FREE content for owners of Destiny: The Taken King. That’s right, after six months of waiting, players finally have new things to do. Unfortunately, it’s only a couple of hours of content and one new exotic, Zen Meteor, which is a Playstation exclusive. But its unique effect, ‘Dynamite with a Laser Beam,’ is a Queen reference, so bonus points for that. T...[Read More]

How does Dark Souls III compare to the original?

– Kyle Tander To start things off let me just admit that I’m not much of a Dark Souls veteran. Until recently I had only ever played the first Dark Souls, but maybe that’s the way it should be. I’ve heard a lot of people say that the third is much more of a sequel to the original than Dark Souls II ever was. Now let’s talk about the differences between the two. You’re...[Read More]

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