Keith Stuart


23 games reviewed
75.2 average score
80 median score
57.1% of games recommended

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Keith Stuart
May 29, 2019

Graphic novels and classic anime provide the inspiration for this frenzied and spectacularly smart survival shooter

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Keith Stuart
May 22, 2019

Sega's latest motorised caper is a fun, cartoonish outing that demands group strategy on the circuits

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Keith Stuart
Apr 25, 2019

This is a game of fun and fury – it’s thrilling at times, but it signifies nothing.

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Keith Stuart
Feb 15, 2019

The latest Fortnite competitor is a sleek sci-fi battle royale blaster that demands skill and rewards with exhilarating fun

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Keith Stuart
Jan 22, 2019

Capcom's survival horror classic returns with improved visuals, new controls and a whole host of monstrous surprises

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Keith Stuart

The shooter has gone multiplayer-only, bringing its own brand of exhilarating action and tactical warfare to the game modes popularised by Fortnite and Battlegrounds

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Keith Stuart
Sep 26, 2018

With new shooting options, the Champions League and a madcap no-rules mode, the era's defining sports sim tots up another win

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Keith Stuart
Jul 13, 2018

Compared with other Lego film tie-ins, this game feels slightly B movie – but with teamwork and other added Pixar characters, there's enough to engage your inner crimefighter

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Keith Stuart
Apr 3, 2018

Teamwork makes the game in this gorgeous pirate adventure, whether you're fighting the Kraken or chasing pigs

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Keith Stuart

The much-loved racing game returns with a revamp that makes you feel as if you're in the best Fast and Furious movie ever made

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Keith Stuart
Unscored - The Inpatient
Jan 26, 2018

PlayStation 4's prequel to horror adventure Until Dawn is a bleak tale of psychological stress that quickly becomes a haunted house fairground ride

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Keith Stuart
Jun 29, 2017

Whether you play as the killer or prey there is gruesome fun to be had, but this console transfer cuts too many corners

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Keith Stuart
Jun 27, 2017

The developer behind retro-tinged shooters Super Stardust and ResoGun returns with an astonishing twin-stick masterpiece

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Keith Stuart
Mar 2, 2017

Nintendo's frantic mini-game collection will provide some hilarious multiplayer moments, but there's not enough in the package to justify its price

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Keith Stuart
Feb 22, 2017

Ubisoft's multiplayer-focused fighting game is a single-minded simulation of melee battle, with an emphasis on epic physical confrontations

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Keith Stuart
Feb 13, 2017

Rebellion's long-distance shooter brings the action to second world war Italy, but refuses to depart from well-known conventions

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Keith Stuart
Sep 30, 2016

It wants you to have fun. It will challenge you, it will ask you to improve as a driver and it will reward you for doing so. But first and foremost, it wants you to spend time in this ridiculous playground, with some of the best (and strangest) cars in the world, having an absolute blast.

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Keith Stuart

Nathan Drake returns for one last treasure hunt, resulting in a beautiful and exciting gaming experience that transcends it flaws

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Keith Stuart
Mar 14, 2016

Ubisoft's online shooter will be familiar to Destiny veterans, but its gritty take on New York amps up the misery and leaves us powerless to care

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Keith Stuart
Nov 19, 2015

Get a bunch of equally enthusiastic friends together and you'll have many hours of nostalgic revery, with that Williams score nudging you through match after match. But then you'll reach the outer edge of this game's progression system, or you'll get a little too familiar with the four landscapes on offer, and the magic will wane. And then, of course, there will be downloadable content, massing in a distant corner of the galaxy, waiting to invade.

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