Xbox Series X/S Review: Stunt Paradise

Is this the next Trials?

Get ready for an adrenaline-fueled ride in Stunt Paradise! Take on epic challenges, perform insane stunts, and experience extreme driving. Buckle up and play now! Push your driving skills to the limit as you perform insane stunts, including jumping off ramps, flipping through the air, and smashing through explosive obstacles! Explore extreme tracks in various locations, from industrial cities and dusty deserts to beautiful tropical beaches. With many cool cars to choose from, each level offers a unique challenge that enhances your driving experience.

Stunt Paradise looks and feels like a Trials game but with cars as opposed to bikes. There are car chases, explosives that can give you a boost and slow-mo scenes where you think you are going to get hit by a train or something, only to blast through unscathed.

There is a challenge to be found here as there are no checkpoints for a stage, so one mistake and you have to redo the entire thing. Some can be brutal, but most are relatively easy to complete.

Stunt Paradise boasts a whopping 2000 Gamerscore to nab, but amazingly you only have to complete the first 20 levels to earn it. There are 50 levels in total, so playing on from this point is only for those who are really enjoying it. The controls are simplistic with driving as you would expect, while you tilt your car at certain angles so you can avoid getting hit by objects like buzz saws and so on.

It’s a very simple game and it took me about an hour or so to get the full 2000 Gamerscore, but it soon lost its appeal for me once I did. The levels did feel more complex, but the challenge had gone at this point. Only those who truly enjoyed it up to that point should push on to beat the other 30 levels.

The visuals are vibrant and well animated. Each stage is nicely designed and the art style is great to look at. The framerate is solid throughout and the soundtrack has some pretty good rock guitar tunes to pump you up as you tackle each stage.

The Verdict

Stunt Paradise may have a limited appeal and isn’t in the same league as the likes of the Trials series, but it is a fun little stunt game that will please you regardless.

Score: 7.0

Disclosure: I received a free review copy of this product from