Jordan Oloman

‘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

‘Iron Man VR’ review: another ace up PlayStation VR’s sleeve of excellent exclusives

A surprisingly ambitious superhero simulator which shows PlayStation VR’s enduring potential

N64 @ 24: An ode to Nintendo’s nostalgic dream machine

The Nintendo 64 is 24-years-old – is it finally time to exhume its most beloved classics?

‘The Last Of Us Part II’ safe codes: How to find and unlock every safe

Here’s some help getting that “Safecracker” achievement. Spoiler alert!

PlayStation 5: ushering in a renaissance of weird console design

How Sony’s latest hardware is keeping strange video game console designs alive after generations of monolithic safety

Everything I wish I knew before playing ‘The Last Of Us Part II’

Top tips to get the best out of Naughty Dog’s latest thriller – minor spoilers ahead!

The PS5 conference showed us that diversity will be Sony’s next-gen superpower

Where Microsoft had overpromised and failed to deliver with its lukewarm Xbox Series X outing back in May, PlayStation capitalised and came out swinging

‘The Last Of Us Part II’ review: a challenging, magnificent coda to one of gaming’s most beloved stories

Naughty Dog’s gripping tale of love and mercy is the ultimate swan song for the PS4.
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