Rich Stanton has been writing for Eurogamer since 2011, and also contributes to places like Edge, Nintendo Gamer, and PC Gamer. He lives in Bath, and is Terran for life.
From the archive: Rich Stanton goes in pursuit of the game's crowning achievement.
Robots in disguise.
Capcom's co-op emphasis deserves more respect argues Rich Stanton.
The great teraflip-flop.
Licences mean compromise. Turtle power!
Less mystery, more action.
Third time's the charm.
“Victims... were apparently eaten.”
One of Albion's greatest legends.
Infinite climax action: Rich Stanton celebrates Platinum Games on its 10th anniversary.
“Peace won't just come to us. We are going to have to meet it halfway.”
Not bad at all.
It's about ethics in real journalism.
Shenmue's true heir.
Man's inhumanity to man. The new lore explored and explained.
The one reborn.
The games industry strikes back.
Life in the sausage factory.
Finally Wii U makes sense.
Tatsumi Kimishima: CEO of quality?
And the microtransactions aren't an issue, yet.
Living the dream.
“You're pretty good.”