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Editor in Chief // An avid gamer since discovering the wonders of the Acorn Electron in the '80s, Rich has nearly played more games than he's had hot dinners. Not one to put all his eggs in one basket, Rich is happy to play games of all genres, but he particularly enjoys racing games and anything that's full of non-stop action, especially if it includes a good dose of humour, horror or crudeness!
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Disgaea 6 Complete Takes a Switch Exclusive and Makes it Better

Available now on PlayStation consoles and PC, Disgaea 6 Complete gives the previously Switch exclusive game a chance to truly shine.
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DNF Duel Review

With its flashy but accessible combat and pleasing selection of modes, DNF Duel is an impressive fighting game.
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The Best Loot-Based Games on PS5

Love games that reward your efforts with piles of color-coded gear? These are the best loot-based games you can get on PS5.
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Outriders: Worldslayer Review

Outriders: Worldslayer offers fans of the game a good excuse to spend another hundred hours or so with it.
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F1 22 Review

F1 22 features a whole host of improvements and new features that make it a must-have for Formula One fans. But F1 Life is a bust.
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Fobia – St. Dinfna Hotel Review

June's been a good month for scary games, and Fobia - St. Dinfna Hotel is another title worth checking out, particularly if you're a fan of old-school survival horror.
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Redout 2 Review

Redout 2 is an uncompromising anti-gravity racer that will reward those who have the skills to master it.
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Jurassic World Evolution 2: Dominion Biosyn Expansion Review

Featuring a new campaign, dinosaurs and more, the Dominion Biosyn Expansion for Jurassic World Evolution 2 is worth picking up.
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Racing Game Developers Keep Making This Silly Mistake

34BigThings, the developer of the recently-released Redout 2, is the latest developer of many to make this critical racing game mistake.
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The Best Retro Collections on PS4 and PS5

Got a PS4 or PS5 and want to play some retro games? Here are the best retro collections available on PlayStation consoles right now.
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Oxide Room 104 Review

Oxide Room 104 is rough around the edges, but look past them and you'll find a very enjoyable horror experience.
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Here’s How Naraka: Bladepoint Has Been Optimised for Xbox

Here's how Naraka: Bladepoint has been optimised for Xbox Series X/S consoles ahead of its launch this Thursday.
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Capcom Fighting Collection Review

Bundling together a selection of curios with plenty of extras, Capcom Fighting Collection is a must-have for fighting game fans.
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Sonic Origins Review

Sonic Origins is a wonderful celebration of Sonic's history, offering new ways to play and a whole lot more.
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Review: Up Your Flying Game With the T.Flight Hotas One

From Microsoft Flight Simulator to Ace Combat 7, the T.Flight Hotas One flight stick can really enhance your flying experience.
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Horgihugh and Friends Review

It's got some issues, and a strangely grim story, but the cuteness of Horgihugh and Friends will ultimately win you over.
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Mario Strikers: Battle League Football Review

Mario Strikers: Battle League Football is surprisingly complex, but those who learn its mechanics will find themselves rewarded.
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Final Vendetta Review

Final Vendetta is a little bit too basic and derivative of the likes of Streets of Rage to truly impress.
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Neon White Review

Neon White is a stylish level-based first-person shooter that fans of speedrunning will absolutely adore.
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Preview: Steelrising is a Soulslike That *Gasp* Doesn’t Have to be Punishing

Upcoming Soulslike Steelrising stands out for multiple reasons, but the biggest is that it caters for all skills levels.

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