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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!

Assetto Corsa Review

With the newest iteration of Gran Turismo soon to hit the PS4 and a duo of Forza Motorsport titles currently available on the Xbox...

We don’t have a review for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided yet but I don’t...

So the review embargo for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is up today and those of you who visit our site regularly will have probably...

Hyper Light Drifter Review

Ever played a game that you really want to like but it just shuns your affections? For me, Hyper Light Drifter is one such...

Ninja Pizza Girl Review

Ninja Pizza Girl. Ninja. Pizza Girl. As names for games go it’s one of the most uninspired I’ve ever come across. It’s like calling...

Gal*Gun Double Peace Review

When asked what type of person you are, there’s only one answer that’s appropriate when beginning to play Gal*Gun Double Peace; pervert. Don’t get...

10 Second Ninja X Review

Fast paced action platformer, 10 Second Ninja, was quite a hit when it was released exclusively on PC in 2014. Putting you in control of...

Super Mutant Alien Assault Review

Picture the scene: the Earth is doomed. Three fleets of ships manage to escape, carrying what’s left of the human race in cryostasis. Hot on...

Anarcute Review

Riots are nasty, horrible events, right? So when making a game that's all about rioting to depose numerous nefarious companies that are taking over the...

Song of the Deep Review (Xbox One)

When someone utters the words Insomniac Games, what do you immediately think of? Ratchet and Clank? Resistance? Maybe even Sunset Overdrive? With many shooters...

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven Review

When a manga series has the words "Bizarre Adventure" in the title you just know it's going to be crazy. I mean, I think we...

Crazy Strike Bowling EX Review

Balls with finger holes? Check! Plenty of pins? Check! Colourful assortment of unlikely environments? Check! Ragtag bunch of anime inspired characters ready to exercise...

Carmageddon: Max Damage Review

As one of the most notorious game series of all time, Carmageddon doesn’t really need an introduction for those old enough to remember it. The...

Resident Evil 5 Review (Xbox One)

Heavily geared towards co-op gameplay, Resident Evil 5 was perhaps the mainline title that took the action elements a little too far for many...
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The Technomancer Review

Some games are real hard to judge. Once in a while, they can have it all; a great story, solid mechanics and excellent presentation, but...

Umbrella Corps Review

Resident Evil: the seminal horror title that began one of the most successful and beloved gaming franchises of all time. It could be said however,...

Grand Kingdom Review

True mercenaries, by the very definition of the word, are utter bastards really. Interested only in personal gain, whether it be fame or fortune, they...

Deadlight: Director’s Cut Review

Do you remember Prince of Persia and Flashback? I do, and back in the day they were the games you’d gravitate towards if you wanted...

Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Review

Starting this review, it made me feel very old when I realised that the original Mirror's Edge was released nearly eight years ago. Developed by EA...

Dead Island: Definitive Collection Review

Released in 2011, the original Dead Island may not have lived up to its rather fantastic announcement trailer, but it still remained an original and immersive...

Trials of the Blood Dragon Review

It's hard to imagine RedLynx's Trials Fusion and UbiSoft Montreal's Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon getting jiggy with it, but indeed they have, and...
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