Loaded (video Game)
Loaded (known as Blood Factory in Japan) is a science fiction-themed top-down shoot 'em up video game that was developed by Gremlin Interactive and published by Interplay. Loaded was released in late 1995–early 1996 (around New Year time) on both the PlayStation and Sega Saturn. The game had origins in DC comics and more notably the more adult-orientated Vertigo Comics, and there was a small graphic novel based on the game. The six playable characters of the game are a combination of villains, anti-heroes, psychopaths, perverts, mutants, and flamboyant murderers. They are, however, the last hope to stop the intergalactic supervillain code-named F.U.B. and save the universe. The characters were created and designed with contributions from Garth Ennis of Vertigo Comics and Greg Staples of 2000AD.
Later in the same year the game spawned a sequel using almost entirely the same characters and the same game engine, albeit one with mildly improved graphics, named Re-Loaded. Re-Loaded was released on the PlayStation and PC at the end of 1996. Although it did not enjoy as good sales as its predecessor, it did however have an acclaimed soundtrack, this time entirely written and recorded by Neil Biggin.
A third game in the series entitled: Fully Loaded was partially developed, but never released.
The game discs of both games could be played as audio CDs. Both games were notorious for their macabre sense of humour, over-the-top violence and extreme gore.
Other articles related to "loaded":
... Re-LoadedDeveloper(s Gremlin Interactive Publisher(s Interplay Entertainment Platform(s PlayStation,PC,PlayStation Network Release date(s Late 1996 Genre(s Top-down shooter Mode(s Single player ... It featured the same game engine,and even the game menus are the same,although it is a game engine with slightly improved graphics ... Four characters from the original game are also in Re-Loaded such as Mamma,Bounca,Butch,and Cap'n Hands ...
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