Richard Seagrave


544 games reviewed
73.7 average score
80 median score
58.8% of games recommended
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Jan 15, 2015

Whilst the story isn't anything out of the ordinary, it does accomplish giving you an understanding of Fetch's motivations and stands on its own two feet rather well

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7 / 10 - The Crew
Jan 17, 2015

The mission design is sometimes inconsistent, with some missions only playable solo and others very difficult unless playing as part of a crew

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Mar 11, 2015

The game is largely pleasing to look at (as much as a game with environments covered in gore, demonic worship and Nazi symbols can be, anyway)…

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Mar 16, 2015

Music is superb throughout Hotline Miami 2. The synthy, high tempo soundtrack is almost worth the price of admission alone and will keep you tapping your feet as you murder, die, restart and murder again

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8 / 10 - Ride
Mar 27, 2015

Visually the game is clean, with nice textures and excellent presentation. The motorcycles truly are the stars of the show though; beautifully modelled, they are filled with intricate details and are a pleasure to look at

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Apr 1, 2015

The audio is impeccable – all the locations have a foreboding ambience that is heightened by excellent use of sound effects to put you on edge

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Apr 6, 2015

No other game on the Playstation 4 or Vita offers what this game has: epic battles against gargantuan beasts

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9 / 10 - Axiom Verge
Apr 8, 2015

From the chilling ambience of the locales to the techno urgency of the boss battles; each track on the soundtrack is a treat for your ears and absorbs you into the game's twisted world

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9 / 10 - Shovel Knight
Apr 29, 2015

Shovel Knight manages to feel unique and fresh, which is a highly commendable feat indeed

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4 / 10 - Project Root
May 6, 2015

Project Root has some good ideas, but the execution is just so far off the mark that it ends up being little more than an exercise in repetition and frustration

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