Paul James


49 games reviewed
63.3% of games recommended
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With Twin Breaker, the team at Lillymo, along with Moriarty and Maldenado, have constructed a wonderful take on a time-honoured genre that has been woefully underserved in recent years.

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Mar 18, 2020

A far more brutal experience than its predecessor, Doom Eternal isn’t for the weak, but master the ruleset and you’re in for a hell of a time.

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A or higher - Dreams
Mar 5, 2020

A playing experience like no other, with Dream Shaping tools that revolutionise the way we need to look at game development. Dreams is something truly special.

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Feb 17, 2020

Patapon 2 Remastered suffers the same affliction that its forebearer did, it’s too true to its origin, and despite being a brilliant title, fails to engender itself a new audience. The heart is still there and beats strongly, but it’s missing a few key appendages in 2020.

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Zombie killing is always better with friends and Zombie Army 4 doesn’t buck that trend. Don’t buy this if you lack playing partners but if you have some Zombie slaying mates it is a blast.”

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This re-release might serve as the best opportunity for many prospective players to dip their toes in and discover a classic JRPG that in the current day, is still deserving of your time.

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Dec 5, 2019

everything Genesis does, it does quite well, and over the ~15-20 hour playtime (depending on how thorough you are) you’ll find it quite hard to identify moments of weakness. For existing and prospective fans alike, there’s much to love about Darksiders Genesis.

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Nov 5, 2019

As a time capsule it’s wonderful but the 1998 issues it brings with it can’t help but relegate this 2019 take on Medievil to the middle of the pack.

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Sep 8, 2019

Save for Capcom not correcting the flaws with the online architecture, Monster Hunter World delivers for fans of all levels of experience. It’s a treat to behold and sets the bar even higher for whatever the franchise does next.

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The numerous issues with The Church in the Darkness aren’t gamebreaking, but given how plentiful the problems are, you’ll struggle to extract any fun from the experience.

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