Paul Broussard

Favorite Games:
  • Metroid Prime
  • Devil May Cry 5
  • Okami

37 games reviewed
54.2 average score
50 median score
18.9% of games recommended

Paul Broussard's Reviews

Paul Broussard is a writer and critic for VGChartz of two years. Beyond that, Paul is currently pursuing a PhD in Public Administration, and works as a teacher/researcher as well. In his spare time, Paul can be found complaining about how Snake needs nerfs in Smash Ultimate. He enjoys a variety of video games; some of his favorites include the Metroid titles, Okami, the Devil May Cry series, and Fire Emblem Awakening.
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Dec 4, 2020

I can't say I hate Age of Calamity, but I am saddened by it, and how little it did with the intriguing potential it had.

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Nov 25, 2020

Watch Dogs: Legion is Ubisoft’s third attempt to make the open world/hacking combination work, and despite containing a few interesting ideas, it falls flat just as quickly as the others.

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5 / 10.0 - The Survivalists
Nov 20, 2020

The Survivalists is adrift on a sea of similar titles, struggling to find relevance and survive amid the near endless competition.

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There are sparks of the greatness embodied in Eternal, but there are too many places where this DLC stumbles for it to be worth your time.

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9 / 10 - Ghostrunner
Oct 27, 2020

A very legitimate game of the year contender.

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Crashing the party in style.

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4 / 10 - Serious Sam 4
Oct 7, 2020

The absolute best Serious Sam 4 has to offer are things we've seen plenty of times before, and that just simply doesn’t cut it given the amount of annoyances it contains and how far other movement based shooters have come in the same time span.

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2 / 10 - What Happened
Aug 5, 2020

Without any unique selling point that it handles at least competently, What Happened is ultimately hard to qualify as anything more than awful.

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Jul 25, 2020

The attempt to tackle both stealth and combat creates a game that never really quite manages to fully get a grasp on either.

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