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Richard Seagrave

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!

Haters Gon’ Hate, But I’m Really Enjoying Mass Effect: Andromeda

The odd funny face aside, Mass Effect: Andromeda is Mass Effect through and through.
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FlatOut 4: Total Insanity Review

The finer moments of FlatOut 4: Total Insanity are to be found when it’s either being more restrained or just all out daft.
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Table Top Racing: World Tour Review (Xbox One)

Released on PS4 last May, Table Top Racing: World Tour didn’t particularly impress the critics. With its colourful visuals, quirky tracks and light-hearted vehicular combat however,...
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Ghost Blade HD Review

Released in 2015, Ghost Blade was, unfathomably, a SEGA Dreamcast game. Yup, you read that that right: a SEGA Dreamcast game in 2015. Madness, huh? SEGA’s...

NieR: Automata Review

Developed by Cavia and released in 2010, the original Nier has since deservedly earned itself cult status. It was the type of game that was janky...
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VOEZ Review

To play VOEZ is to love VOEZ.
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Fast RMX Review

Whenever a new console launches, there’s always a racing game amongst the initial line-up of titles isn’t there? For the Nintendo Switch, it's Fast RMX.

Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment Review

It was way back in April 2015 that I reviewed the original Shovel Knight, and you know what? I absolutely adored it. It wasn’t just...
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NieR: Automata is Simply Wonderful

The embargo may be up, but I’m not quite ready to review NieR: Automata just yet. It’s a rather sizeable game and I want...

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk Review

Have you ever played a Dynasty Warriors game and thought “Nope, it’s just not violent enough”? If you have, then one, I hope to never meet...
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There’s Still Some Work to be Done Before Diablo III Seasons Can Come to Console

When Diablo III was bundled with the Reaper of Souls expansion and released on the PS4 and Xbox One as the Ultimate Evil Edition back...

Could the Xbox Game Pass be Detrimental to the Games Industry in the Long Run?

The Xbox Game Pass sounds like a great deal for gamers, but what might the long-term ramifications of the service be on the games industry?

Microsoft Announces the Xbox Game Pass

Do you aspire to have a library of over 100 games playable on Xbox One at your fingertips? Well, you’re in luck, as Microsoft...

Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

In 1999, an unusual RPG was released to critical acclaim that unfortunately didn’t do quite so well commercially. Its name was Planescape: Torment, and...

Stupid Things in Videogames – Episode 3: Invisible Walls

It’s not an issue quite so prevalent in gaming these days – advances in technology have meant that game worlds can be the largest...

Ubisoft Survey Hints That Another Assassin’s Creed Movie May Happen

As a Uplay account member, sometimes you get those spammy emails from Ubisoft notifying you of “all the latest news and offers!”. Last night...

Your Xbox Live Games with Gold Offerings for March 2017

Another month means another handout of games for those with an Xbox Live subscription. This month’s offerings are a mixed bag, but they’re still worth...
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It Looks Like the Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy May be a Multiplatform Release After All

It’s rather strange seeing people take great delight in titles being exclusive to one format or another. At the end of the day, multi-format...

For Honor Review

For Honor may have a multitude of match types that are conceptually generic, but the actual act of combat and its many intricacies means it’s unlike anything else I’ve ever played.
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Nioh Review

In no uncertain terms, Nioh is something special. It's one of those rare games that surpasses expectations, taking the best elements from a variety of genre-defining titles whilst sprinkling in a handful of its own ideas.

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