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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!

New Need for Speed Set for Release Before March 2018

It’s a series that has had its ups and downs over the years, but yet, we still hold it dear in our hearts. That...

New Project CARS 2 Trailer Leaked

Personally, I wasn’t a massive fan of Slightly Mad Studios’ 2015 sandbox racing simulator Project CARS. It had its merits, sure, but by laying out...

Stupid Things in Videogames – Episode 1: The True Horror of Resident Evil

The scariest thing about Resident Evil isn’t contending with zombies, or sharks, or lizard men, or the Tyrant. No. It's your limited inventory.

Tales of Berseria Review

Tales of Berseria is a love letter to Tales fans, reassuring them that the series doesn’t need to change to remain relevant.

February 2017’s Xbox Live Games with Gold Titles Revealed

February is nearly here, and with it arrives another wave of free games for Xbox Live subscribers. There's some good titles up for grabs this...

Saban’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Mega Battle Review

Saban’s Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers Mega Battle is just not worth anyone’s time or money. I bought it so you don’t have to.

Yakuza 0 Review

To play Yakuza 0 is to deeply fall in love with its characters and world; a challenge that only a handful of games ever manage to actually achieve.

Is Leaking Information a Risk Worth Taking?

The internet is a fickle, scary place. You can be a hero one minute then in a matter of seconds become reviled.

7 Ways in Which the Xbox One is Better Than PS4

From 4K blu-ray playback to EA Access, the Xbox One has several clear-cut benefits over PlayStation 4.

Rise & Shine Review

It looks gorgeous, plays smoothly and is utterly addictive – as long as you've got the patience and skill. Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team's first console release is well worth a look.
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Diablo 3’s ‘Darkening of Tristram’ is a Short Trip Down Memory Lane

The Darkening of Tristram places a 16 floor labyrinth within act 1 of Diablo 3 that isn’t so much as a remake of a the original title as an homage.

Yakuza 0 Captivates Despite Feeling a Little Old

SEGA’s Yakuza games have generated quite a following over the years, and playing Yakuza 0 it’s easy to see why. Essentially JRPGs with gritty crime stories rather than...

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone Review

It was only September last year that Hatsune Miku graced our PS4 consoles with the fantastic Project DIVA X, a game we awarded a rather...
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Tales of Berseria Looks Set to be One of the Series’ Best

I love a good revenge story. It may be one of the most base character motivations out there, but it’s one that is believable...

Could a Shenmue Remaster be on the Way?

Fans of the SEGA classic, Shenmue, should probably start to get excited right about now. You see, as originally reported by TSSZ News, SEGA...

Firewatch Sells Over a Million Copies

It's nice when smaller, more left-field games do well, so we're happy to hear that Firewatch, one of 2016's indie gems developed by Campo...

Half of Steam Users Now Game on Windows 10 Machines

Steam's December hardware survey is up, and, amongst other tidbits of information, it surprisingly shows that 50.35% of users now operate Windows 10. Released to...

Early Access to Halo Wars: Definitive Edition is Rather Neat

There’s not been much fuss made about Halo Wars 2, the sequel to Ensemble Studios’ excellent real-time strategy spin off of Microsoft’s flagship franchise....

Clouds and Sheep 2 – A Perfect Way to Waste a Day

When it comes to games, usually I like my experiences to be bloody and brutal, perhaps with a little crudity thrown in for good...

Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 Review

Ever since receiving a Sega Mega Drive for Christmas some 20-odd years ago, I’ve been a fighting game fan. From popular franchises such as Street...

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