Goddamn, noting that the Mass Destruction cover reminded me of Re-Loaded had me go down a memory trip about that game.>"Hey, that game maybe has some neat sprites and textures, wonder if I can find those ripped somewhere?"
The answer to that has so far been a resounding NO, but what I did find was some gameplay footage of the Playstation version, and the same for the original game Loaded, which made me track down the soundtrack.
Some Googling turned up an entire website dedicated to developer Gremlin Graphics, which I simply didn't expect; it's an entire archive about basically everything they did, with scans and everything, even old office ID cards from back when the company existed, which struck me as surreal at first, because how would someone even find shit like that, that company went poof 20+ years ago, you'd be lucky if someone still had shit like that lying around in some old drawer, and that it wasn't at the bottom of some landfill.
Turns out they're writing some sort of history book about the company (1984 - 1999), so I assume he would actually be interviewing people who worked there, and that they probably had all kinds of old crap in some box in their respective attic/basement which he could dig through.
I'll post some of the cool art and stuff he scanned, because I like a lot of the aesthetics and the style, but there's far more on the website, which is https://www.gremlinarchive.com/
This is the cover for the 'bigbox' version of the game, which is apparently pretty rare. I actually have this box somewhere, but it's not exactly in very nice shape, being that it's some game a kid picked up for a fistfull of change from some bargain shelf in like, maybe 1998 or 1999, god it was long ago, I was not old at all. It was probably in ok shape when I bought it, but it's seen better days, missing all the content except the game itself, and being held together around the edges by tape.