Jordan Oloman

‘Tell Me Why’ review: an ambitious premise let down by an ageing framework

Dontnod’s first game outside of the ‘Life Is Strange’ universe is led by brilliant characters but let down by its wider narrative

‘Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series’ PSVR review: movie magic from the comfort of your own home

Previously an Oculus exclusive, ‘Vader Immortal’ finds a comfortable home on Sony’s virtual reality platform

Every ‘Fall Guys’ minigame ranked in order of greatness

From breaking through doors to balancing on seesaws, here are all the minigames in ‘Fall Guys’ ranked from worst to best

The fascinating future of ‘Fall Guys’

As ‘Fall Guys’ becomes one of 2020’s biggest games, here’s how Mediatonic can ensure its survival in a saturated genre

‘Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020’ review: the ultimate escapist fantasy in quarantine

The latest instalment of the ‘Flight Simulator’ series is stunning immersive fun, even for unfamiliar new players looking for escapism in quarantine

Sony’s State Of Play proved PlayStation still has big plans for PSVR

Sony’s VR platform has boasted some of the best games of this generation, but State Of Play showed us that PSVR still has next-gen potential

First Look: ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ is super, but I’m worried about the end game

The campaign is magnificent, but I’m not convinced I’d stick around after

When was ‘Halo’ ever about the graphics?

The intense backlash surrounding how the game looks has overshadowed the true core of the series

First Look: The ‘Red Dead Online’ Naturalist update is contradictory in nature

The update still doesn’t address the frightening vacancy at the core of ‘Red Dead Online’

‘Destroy All Humans! Remake’ review: a neat package of a bygone era

Black Forest Games’ loving homage of this 2005 relic is worth its weight in nostalgia
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