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Richard Seagrave

Richard Seagrave
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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!

The Deer God Review

Always treat others as you would like to be treated yourself, that what was always drummed into me as a child. It’s also the message...

Back to Bed Review

“Bob has narcolepsy,” Back to Bed informs you, via one of its many wondrous pieces of art interspersed between its 30 levels. If I...
Mega Man Legacy Collection

Mega Man Legacy Collection Review

Renowned as one of the greatest game franchises of all time, Mega Man crashes onto current-gen consoles and PC in this collection of NES...
Thought-Provoking Quotes from Games

10 Thought-Provoking Quotes from Games

Whilst many still see games as child’s play – an activity that just wastes our time and our minds chasing for high scores –...

Risen 3: Titan Lords Enhanced Edition Review

So, as an avid PlayStation 4 owning adventurer you’ve completed The Witcher 3, seen all it has to offer, and still have a craving...

Celestian Tales: Old North Review

Forgoing the clichéd "boy saves world" storyline in favour of something more grounded in reality, Celestian Tales: Old North is a JRPG that attempts...

Beyond Eyes Review

Bored and depressed. That’s how I felt after the three hours it took me to complete this admittedly pretty and unique adventure. The fact...

Rare Replay Review

As someone that has admittedly not played many Rare games, the announcement of Rare Replay was a nice surprise for me. Promising a collection...

N++ Review

People think that living life as a ninja is cool. That it’s all about keeping in the shadows, doing acrobatic jumps, throwing a few...

King’s Quest – Episode 1: A Knight to Remember Review

A classic adventure series that started in the 80s, the King’s Quest games passed me by way back when I was a wee nipper....

Submerged Review

Developed by Uppercut Games, Submerged offers a unique experience. Opening with a seemingly unconscious boy, Taku, and his sister, Miku, sailing into a foreboding submerged...
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Top 10 Hardest PS4 Platinums

We've covered the Top 10 easiest PS4 platinums already, but what about the opposite end of the scale? For every game that's dead easy...

Legend of Kay Anniversary Review

Released on the PlayStation 2 in 2005, it’s rare for an adventure game to go under the radar of an avid gamer like myself,...

Velocibox Review

Imagine a game like Dark Souls, but starting at the end boss without any equipment or experience to your name. Now imagine that whilst you're also hurtling...

Tembo the Badass Elephant Review

Sonic the Hedgehog. Ty the Tasmanian Tiger. Gex the Gecko. Ecco the Dolphin. There's been a lot of games with animal protagonists over the years...

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

The first thing that strikes you about The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is just how pretty it looks. Released last year on PC it was...

No Time to Explain Review

No Time to Explain is a game that grabs you instantly. Within seconds of the game beginning you’ll witness half of your home suddenly torn...
Top 10 Vita Games

Top 10 Vita Games

It's a common misconception that there aren't many games available for the Vita. Whilst it's a sad shame that most stores don't stock many...

Astebreed Review

With its sumptuous graphics and manic gameplay, Astebreed is an indie Japanese shooter that you should take notice of. Previously only available on PC, its...

The Fall Review

Released last year on PC and WiiU, The Fall is a 2.5D side scrolling puzzle-action sci-fi game developed by indie studio Over the Moon. Planned...
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