Fallout 4: How to kill a Deathclaw

  Sometimes bosses in Fallout 4 can be pretty overpowered, such was the case with this Deathclaw. During our first encounter the most powerful gun I had, a beefed up Kellog’s Pistol, barely scratched it. Not accepting defeat I got creative… this is why you need to hoard stuff in RPGs. Incidentally the ensuing chaos made the game glitch pretty hard. If you want to make your game gl...[Read More]

A glimpse of our woeful Star Wars Battlefront skills

  After piquing our interest with its beta test in October, Star Wars Battlefront is here. “No,” I hear you say, “that’s not true, THAT’S IMPOSSIBLE!” Oh but I know it to be true, and it can be yours to purchase and enjoy at your local games shop/online store. And don’t worry, credits will do fine. Our review is on its way, but we just thought we̵...[Read More]

Fallout 4: More wasteland battles

  We’ve previously covered how great it is when you set up massive battles in Fallout 4. Through the magic of modding YouTuber Tyrannicon has continued to pit unfathomable amounts of enemies against each other to witness who comes out on top. In his latest videos you can watch 50 Radscorpions vs. 50 Mirelurks vs. 50 Ghouls:   60 Deathclaws vs 60 Brotherhood of Steel: And last but certai...[Read More]

The Battlefield kills I pull off when no one is watching

  I find I am pretty rubbish at Battlefield 4. OK, maybe not completely rubbish, but despite some 18 months of regular sessions with my squad mates/real ACTUAL friends Adam, Jorge and Lawton, I still often find myself exclaiming that I fired a zillion shots at someone only for them to kill me in a single one. I know the game isn’t broken and doesn’t give enemies an advantage, my a...[Read More]

Fallout 4: War sometimes changes

  Since spare time is a long forgotten memory and everybody here at LoadScreen has been lost in the wasteland of Boston, we thought we’d take a little look at the game that has taken over our lives. In particular we want to look into the fighting of Fallout 4, and what better way to do that than watch the inhabitants of said wasteland blow the ever loving shit out of each other. YouTube...[Read More]

LoadScreen play Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Some games are so beautifully named that you can come into them with pretty accurate expectations. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is one of those games. The premise is simple, one player sits in front of a computer with a live bomb to interact with and the other, who can’t see the screen, has the instructions to defuse said bomb. The bombs contain set amounts of modules, to defuse the bomb...[Read More]

New Halo 5 trailer brings the crazy

– Charlie Braithwaite Remember how literally today we were talking about how great some of the Halo ad campaigns have been? Well it turns out that by some macabre coincidence the latest Halo 5 Guardians trailer is horrendously repulsive. You can see it in its moist glory. WARNING: you may question your sexuality and that water you’re drinking right now. Yeah, little out of left field o...[Read More]

Halo 5 gameplay video

– Charlie Braithwaite It’s been an exciting few days for Halo fans as yesterday Xbox distributed review keys for Halo 5, allowing streamers to upload the first three missions. So far the game has impressed, the pounding story and familiar setting combined with new gameplay features are making Halo 5 stand out as one of the boldest moves for the franchise yet. As this isn’t a revi...[Read More]

This Metal Gear Solid V FOB infiltrator is one cool customer

-Tom Heath Now that the game has been out for some six weeks, and I just completed the campaign the other day, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will soon start sneaking its way out of the gaming news cycle. There may come a day when the appeal of the game fails but, to paraphrase a certain king of Gondor, it is not this day. This day we have amazing YouTube clips. YouTube user LawRyuzaki uploa...[Read More]

It’s time to be a pro Witcher

– Charlie Braithwaite Considering The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt DLC Hearts of Stone came out this week, CD Projekt RED thought they’d show you how to be a pro Witcher. In the video below game designer Damien Monnier takes you through the process behind becoming a pro monster hunter. If you don’t have a spare eight minutes to watch the video here’s what Damien teaches you in a nu...[Read More]

SOMA is gross

– Charlie Braithwaite I don’t like horror games. I really don’t. That being said, when I read about how great SOMA by Frictional games is, I decided to give it a shot. After playing for close to two hours I have come to the conclusion that it is fucking gross and not fit for human consumption. The fact there is a monster that makes noises like a dial up internet connection should...[Read More]

A first glimpse at Koei Tecmo’s Attack on Titan

– Karly Taylor Attack on Titan took the anime world by storm in 2013 upon its release; it began as a Japanese manga series in 2009 but gained fame and a huge boost in the series’ popularity as word spread of this dark, post-apocalyptic masterpiece, quickly becoming a commercial success and selling over 50 million copies worldwide. Koei Tecmo, the company behind the ground-breakingly in...[Read More]

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