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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!

Forza Horizon 3: Blizzard Mountain Review

When Forza Horizon 3 was released earlier this year, it would be an understatement to say that it impressed me. In fact, I stated...
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Want Lost Odyssey for Xbox One? Grab it for Free Now

To celebrate the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility library reaching over 300 Xbox 360 titles, Microsoft has a couple of treats in store for Xbox...

Less Than Half of Xbox One Owners Actually Make Use of One of its...

Well, you never would have guessed, would you, that nearly half of all Xbox One owners have used their consoles to play a dirty...

Top Tips for Those Just Getting Started with Steep

Ubisoft’s Steep is a beautiful game, but your first few hours with it can be a bit iffy as you try to get to...

Steep Review

Despite always being interested in giving it a go, I’ve never been snowboarding. I’ve never been skiing, wingsuiting or paragliding either, and after spending considerable...

Mother Russia Bleeds Review

Streets of Rage 2, or Bare Knuckle 2: The Requiem of the Deadly Battle as it’s known in Japan, is amongst my favourite games...

Final Fantasy XV Review

A game ten years in the making, living up to expectations was always going to be an uphill struggle for Final Fantasy XV. Obviously it...

Amnesia: Collection Review

Before Hideo Kojima’s P.T. scared us beyond belief and VR headsets immersed us in horrific experiences that nearly make us soil our undergarments, Frictional...

Crytek’s Robinson: The Journey Looks Stunning on PSVR, But Can You Stomach It?

Sony’s PSVR headset has been out for a while now, and although it undoubtedly provides thoroughly immersive experiences, some will have been a little...

New Titanfall 2 DLC Brings Back Fan Favourite Map, Plus Extras, For Free

Available today for players who pre-ordered Titanfall 2 and Saturday for those who picked it up after launch, the Angel City’s Most Wanted DLC...

Titanfall 2 Gets Free Multiplayer Trial Weekend

To coincide with the release of its new Angel City’s Most Wanted DLC, Titanfall 2 is set to receive a free multiplayer trial weekend,...

Hitman: The Complete First Season Review

Way back in March of this very same year, I reviewed the Hitman Intro Pack. The TL;DR version of that review was basically that IO...

Darksiders: Warmastered Edition Review

Say what you will about remasters, but they are unquestionably a great way of enabling gamers to get to grips with titles that they...

Steep Looks Set to Offer Some Wintery Social Fun this December

Thanks to the recent open beta, I managed to spend some time with Ubisoft Annecy’s promising open world winter sports title, Steep. As a fan...

Some Tips For Those Just Getting Started in Watch Dogs 2

So you’ve picked up Watch Dogs 2 and are after some friendly advice as to how is best to get stuck into it. Luckily,...

Dishonored 2 Review

Four years. That’s how long it’s been since the original Dishonored was unleashed upon us all, treating us to an intoxicating mix of stealth, supernatural powers...

PS4 Pro: Is it Really “For the Players”?

“This is for the players,” says Sony, drilling the same old marketing slogan into our ears that over the course of three years has...

Dishonored 2 First Impressions

The day has finally come: Dishonored 2 is available now for those who have pre-ordered, and I've spent enough time with an Xbox One copy to...
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Earth’s Dawn Review

2D side-scrolling action featuring hulking dudes and lithe babes annihilating swarms of alien invaders by using their own technology against them; that pretty much...

Gas Guzzlers Extreme Review

Despite being released on 8th October 2013 via Steam on PC, I’d never heard of Gas Guzzlers Extreme before until I noticed it lurking in...
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