Keith Stuart


59 games reviewed
76.5 average score
80 median score
70.2% of games recommended
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Jan 27, 2023

The cult 3DS game has been refreshed for smartphones and the combination of card game and horse racing is as weird and addictive as ever

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Nov 30, 2022

Making good use of the comics, this turn-based strategy games gives players satisfyingly fiendish challenges – and room to chillax afterwards

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Nov 16, 2022

The open-world adventure is brilliant in terms of input and response at the expense of any discernible logic

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Nov 11, 2022

Your favourite childhood heroes step up to help you conquer territory in this beautifully designed, strategic deck-builder for smartphones

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Setting one's unease at delighting in hi-tech warfare aside, this is a precisely tooled, intensely immersive combat simulator

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Oct 6, 2022

It's not really a sequel, but Overwatch's enthusiastic rejection of self-serious military shooters still draws you in.

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Sep 27, 2022

Now it feels like the physics, AI and animation have come together in a way that makes even these ridiculous moments feel naturalistic and pleasurable.

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The 11 games bundled together here offer a glorious return trip to a lost age of gaming

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Aug 22, 2022

With its wonky sets, dodgy cameras and bizarre plotlines, this reboot of the gangster adventure series is haphazard but joyful.

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Jun 9, 2022

Please Fix the Road is a gentle, quietly demanding puzzler that will keep you entertained for many hours, especially if you ration out the 150 levels. There’s always something new to experiment with or some cute little visual flourish to enjoy, and watching the last tile slot into place, then seeing the car (or train, or pink llama) whizzing along to its destination never stops being pleasing. In these discombobulating times, here is a little puzzle box that brings order to chaos, if only for a few stolen seconds.

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PC, PlayStation 4/5, Xbox, Nintendo Switch; Warner BrosJourney through all nine movies in this gag-filled crowd pleaser that even makes The Phantom Menace bearable

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If you've played a zombie game in the past decade, this mishmash of tattered post-apocalyptic stereotypes will feel all too familiar

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This tense co-operative shooter is thoroughly entertaining, as much for the ideas it borrows as the ideas it comes up with

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Nov 10, 2021

A band of inglorious stereotypes go on a covert mission to uncover a Nazi plan in a traditional instalment of the series

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Nov 9, 2021

Two decades of house moves are condensed into one relaxing puzzle as you help the narrator to unpack – and unpick her life in the process

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Oct 1, 2021

Fifa 22 is absolutely unmistakably a Fifa game – it has the sophistication and polish we’ve come to expect, with all the player likenesses, authentic stadia and recognisable commentators we see every year. But right at the core of it is a match engine that feels more surefooted than ever, at a time when the game’s more tactically complex rival Pro Evolution Soccer has been relegated to a free-to-play existence with all the compromises that will inevitably entail. If you can live with the loot-box trickery of Ultimate Team, this is a gigantic, rewarding simulation that offers a ton of variety and scope, and many, many moments of exquisite goalmouth drama.

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Sep 15, 2021

This time-loop shooter interrogates the inherent repetition of video games – or just lets you revel in supremely choreographed mayhem

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Aug 18, 2021

This stylish, twisted take on movies such as Rear Window and Chinatown marries noir sensibilities with puzzle gameplay

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Jun 16, 2021

From Mario Kart racers to 2D platforms, this charming game-maker gives you access to the Nintendo toolkit

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Jun 9, 2021

You are the murderous starlet forced to concoct your alibi in Inkle's fresh and beautifully detailed paperback crime novel of a game

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