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ScrewAttack, officially named ScrewAttack Entertainment LLC, is a company that creates video game entertainment, ranging from simple vlogs and opinions to full animations. They are run by Craig Skistimas and Thomas Hanley and are based in Houston Texas. Their name is based on the Metroid attack “Screw Attack.”
ScrewAttacks website was founded in Febuary, 2006 by Craig Skistimas and Thomas Hanley and started with very few shows and very few, however many more shows were made and a larger amount of people joined the team. They were primarily focused on creating content around things that were within the games themselves with occasional news on the companies who made them.
SideScrollers was a podcast series that launched the same year as the site itself, the hosts/creators of the podcast are also the founders of the site and is considered the very backbone of ScrewAttack.
Hard News is a news series where (Typically Chad) reports recent events that have been going on in the game industry as well as the online gaming community.
Death Battle is a series run by Ben and Chad (Playing the roles of “Wiz” and “Boomstick”) in which they take two characters from any franchise (Most often game characters) and make an animation of the two battling each other tell one kills the other. Typically it’s characters that have something in common, for example Mario and Sonic, Vegeta (From Dragon Ball Z) and Superman.
Screwin’ Around is a series which is often simply the group of ScrewAttack Live streaming whatever game fits the theme that each one gets. These themes often reflect recent events such as “Screwin’ Around with used games” in response to the Xbox Ones Used Game Policy.