Jordan Oloman

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’

The Xbox Games Showcase proves that exclusivity wars are far from over

Microsoft’s exhibition was seriously impressive, but it also showed that Xbox might be pivoting away from past ambitions

‘Ghost Of Tsushima’ guide: How to find every set of armour

Learn how to unlock and when to equip every armour set in Sucker Punch’s new game

What we can learn from a decade of cancelled Valve projects

Geoff Keighley’s ‘The Final Hours Of Half-Life: Alyx’ is a peek behind the curtain at the last 10 years of Valve

‘Ghost Of Tsushima’ techniques guide: The best abilities and skills to unlock

All you need to know to survive Sucker Punch’s samurai adventure game – minor spoilers ahead

NVIDIA’s DLSS 2.0 tech could make your £300 graphics card perform like a £700 one

It makes high performance more accessible for PC players across the board

The next-gen price hike is going to make video games even more inaccessible

Coupled with the death of the pre-owned market, games are about to become a serious luxury

‘Ghost Of Tsushima’ review: a serene samurai simulator paired with a lacklustre storyline

Sucker Punch’s newest samurai epic has plenty of minor flaws, but it looks and feels amazing to play, and sometimes that’s all that matters

Ubisoft empowers audiences in its new Battle Royale – will it work?

The ambitions of ‘Hyper Scape’ as a live-streaming behemoth demand a loyal viewership – but is the gameplay good enough to muster an audience?

‘The Last Of Us Part II’ is a masterclass in character assassination – and that’s a good thing

The game’s magnificent moral ambiguity is one of its finest features
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