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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!

A Review Code is Not a Free Game

Being a very active games website, a lot of PR emails pass through our inbox every day. Whether it be press releases or games requests, we...

Our Pick of This Week’s Xbox Deals – 24th May

It’s that time of the week GameSpewers; the day on which a whole bunch of titles get freshly discounted on the Xbox Store for...

Super Night Riders Review

It’s very likely if you’re a gamer in your 30’s like me, that you’ll remember Sega’s 1986 smash hit OutRun very fondly. Putting you behind the wheel...

Gran Turismo Sport Dated

It's been a long wait Gran Turismo fans, but the light is finally at the end of the tunnel; the first entry in the...

EA Access to be free for Xbox Live Gold members…for a while

Hard drives and broadband bandwidth at the ready Xbox One owners, as EA has graciously announced that EA Access will be free for all...

DOOM Review

Less than 30 seconds into DOOM’s campaign, and already three grotesque corpses lay on the floor by my hand, or rather, the pistol in my...

SUPERHOT Review (Xbox One)

Every once in a while a game comes around that makes me glad that I don’t tend to watch trailers, look at previews or...
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Valkyria Chronicles Remastered Review

Despite being loved by critics, when Valkyria Chronicles was originally released on the PS3 in 2008 sales were what you could call disappointing here in...

Samurai Warriors 4: Empires Review

Just over two years old now, the PS4 has already been host to a raft of games developed by Omega Force. There’s been the complete...

Razer BlackWidow X Chroma Review

As a Yorkshire man, at one point in time the notion of me spending over £100 on a computer keyboard would have been met...

Chronos Review (VR)

I don’t know about you, but when I think VR, I think first-person. With the headset on and the audio cranked up, there’s no better...

The Park Review

Running at a little over two hours, your time spent in The Park is rather brief. In that short space of time though, you'll have been...

Paranautical Activity Review

Rooms and rooms of angry aquatic creatures, feisty demons, the odd trap here and there and a varied arsenal; Paranautical Activity should be good with all those...

Severed Review

DrinkBox Studios, developers of the highly regarded Tales from Outer Space: Mutant Blobs Attack! and Guacamelee!, obviously love the PS Vita. If they didn’t, their...

Blues and Bullets: Episode Two Review

So you’ve plodded your way through Blues and Bullets: Episode One (If not, why are you here? Go play it now!), and like me,...

Alienation Review

As a keen Diablo player, the moments where the screen is bursting with enemies and you have nothing but your wits, your weapon and maybe...

Nights of Azure Review

Things aren’t very rosy in Ruswal, the setting for Gust’s new action-RPG, Nights of Azure. You see, ever since the nefarious Nightlord was defeated hundreds of...
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Huge PS4 Sale Kicks Off on the EU PSN Store

We all love a good sale, don’t we? And today, Sony is really spoiling us in Europe with its latest offerings in a mega...
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Salt and Sanctuary Review

Just imagine if one night, at some kind of party for successful game franchises, that a drunken Dark Souls started making moves on the older, more...

Blues and Bullets: Episode One Review

With its film noir aesthetics and a promising story that hints at some sort of mysterious and unsettling cult activity, Blues and Bullets: Episode...
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