Paul Stuart


11 games reviewed
70.9 average score
72 median score
27.3% of games recommended
Scores 6.6 higher than average

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Paul Stuart
Feb 15, 2019

As a big fan of the series, New Dawn was a welcome return to Hope County, Montana. It didn't wow, but the new progression system, fixed bugs, tighter maps, and nostalgia factor combine to make for a fun and familiar gameplay experience. Still, if you didn't care for Far Cry 5 there's probably not enough here to change your mind.

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Paul Stuart
Jan 29, 2019

While seasoned veterans of the Ace Combat series may have a much different perspective on its seventh iteration, I was unfortunately left disappointed by lots of glitz and limited glamour.

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Paul Stuart
Dec 10, 2018

In contrast, those with a need for speed or a want for a Switch version of Truck Simulator…this is not for you. I would suspect several who buy this version sans advance knowledge will be done with it fifteen minutes in. Test: if strategic winching to escape a hopeless mud ditch isn't for you, than Spintires: Mudrunners American Wilds is a ‘pass.'

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Paul Stuart
Nov 1, 2018

Arguably the best version of an already fantastic game.

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Paul Stuart
4.4 / 5.0 - Lone Echo
Aug 16, 2017

Lone Echo is an incredible leap forward for VR via its ability to capture both zero gravity and space environments. It does have its fair share of interaction and progression bugs, but not enough to significantly detract from something truly special. Those prone to motion sickness, ease into it.

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Paul Stuart
3.6 / 5.0 - Dungeon Chess
May 10, 2017

Dungeon Chess is a solid and affordable chess experience, one nicely paired with the Dungeons and Dragons brand. Still, graphic jitters and missing options make it a wait-and-see title, at present.

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3.4 / 5.0 - Blue Rider
May 10, 2017

Blue Rider is fun, flashy but also flawed. It's nice to see a legitimate shoot-em-up on the PS4, one made by people who appreciate the genre. The graphical palette is beautiful, and rarely this nice for this genre. Audio is a throwback, and in the best of ways. Too few levels and no true continues make Blue Rider a likely tough sell except for score chasers.

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2 / 5.0 - 8Days
Mar 9, 2017

8Days is a game inspired by better ones in the same genre, and fails to deliver on its promises. Poor aiming, cheat AI, and texture difficulties create a frustrating experience that is more hair pulling than deliberately challenging.

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Paul Stuart
4.3 / 5.0 - Let it Die
Feb 19, 2017

Let It Die is flawed, but it’s perhaps the best free-to-play game ever made on the PS4. It’s different, daring, and occasionally impossible. But it’s also a must play for fans of the roguelike gene.

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2.8 / 5.0 - Clockwork Empires
Jan 2, 2017

Clockwork Empires is a solid and fun idea, but one too buggy and flawed for prime time.

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Paul Stuart
Dec 17, 2016

Space-Rift – Episode 1 is a budget PSVR title at a not-so-budget price ($20 for a 3-hour experience). Despite a limited presentation, it introduces a clever way of using the PSVR helmet within a cockpit, one housed within an interesting sci-fi tale. Still, be prepared for an array of interaction quirks, likewise stale voiceovers. If there are subsequent Space Rift episodes, hopefully they’ll iron out Episode 1 issues.

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