Sean Carey

Sean Carey

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Job title:
News Editor
Joined:
July 2019
Bio:
Sean graduated from Southampton Solent University with a first-class honours degree in Journalism, which he uses to keep TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies topped up with gaming and industry news. When not scouring the web for the latest big story, you’ll find him tearing up the streets in Forza Horizon 5, or failing miserably in Call of Duty: Warzone.
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Expertise:
Narrative-driven games, quick completions, RPGs
Latest news by Sean Carey
Xbox Game Pass First Impressions: You Suck at Parking

You Suck at Parking joins Xbox Game Pass, PC Game Pass, and Xbox Cloud Gaming soon, and Sean has been parking cars in the driving puzzle game for hours now. Here are his thoughts on Happy Volcano's debut Xbox game.

Posted 17 days ago

Scorn gets new and improved Xbox Game Pass release date

Ebb Software has announced a new release date for upcoming Xbox Game Pass horror adventure title Scorn, and no it's not been delayed! Scorn is now set to release a whole week earlier than initially planned.

Posted 2 days ago

Game Pass adds three new Xbox games today

The Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass libraries grow again today, with three new games dropping into the subscription services, including Let's Build a Zoo and Valheim.

Posted 2 days ago

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Latest reviews by Sean Carey
As Dusk Falls review

As Dusk Falls, a new narrative adventure from Interior/Night and Xbox Game Studios, will take you on a tension-filled rollercoaster of a ride that spans 30 years. Here's what we thought of the new 'interactive drama.'

Posted 3 months ago

Grid Legends review

Grid Legends has burst onto the racing game scene, but will it take pole position in the genre? Here is our full review of the latest entry into the Grid series.

Posted 8 months ago

Life is Strange: True Colors review

The latest entry into the Life is Strange series takes us to Haven Springs for an emotional rollercoaster of a story. Check out what Sean thought about the narrative adventure in his Life is Strange: True Colors review.

Posted 1 year ago

Little Nightmares 2 review

If you enjoyed the creepy world of the first Little Nightmares, you'll love Little Nightmares 2. It's a tension-fuelled ride filled with grotesque horrors and wonderfully atmospheric locations. You won't want it to end.

Posted 1 year ago

Hitman 3 review

The final game in the trilogy doesn't deviate much in terms of gameplay when compared to Hitman 2, but more fantastically designed levels, improved visuals, and a fitting conclusion to Agent 47's story makes Hitman 3 a must-play.

Posted 1 year ago

The Falconeer (Xbox Series X) review

With plenty of big-budget games available for Xbox Series X|S at launch, it's easy to skip over the smaller ones. The Falconeer is a good indie title that shouldn't be missed, even if it does fly too close to the sun on occasion.

Posted 1 year ago

Watch Dogs: Legion review

DedSec has made its way across the pond in Watch Dogs: Legion, and while the dystopian London it presents makes for a compelling setting, the game suffers from a flawed gameplay mechanic and legions of bugs.

Posted 2 years ago

Tell Me Why review (spoiler-free)

Tell Me Why's story isn't as emotional as previous Dontnod games, but you'll still find yourself caught up in some of the more intense moments. Here is our spoiler-free review of Dontnod's latest narrative adventure.

Posted 2 years ago

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Latest editorials by Sean Carey
Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flight hands-on

Sean took to the skies with Turtle Beach's new VelocityOne Flight yoke and throttle quadrant in Microsoft Flight Simulator. Did it provide a turbulence-free flight? Find out here in our hands-on...

Posted 10 months ago

Deep Dive: Forza Horizon 5 achievements

We have just over a month to wait until Forza Horizon 5 launches, however, we do now have its achievement list to satiate the hunger until then. Here is our breakdown of what to expect from Forza Horizon 5's achievement list.

Posted 1 year ago

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