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Jordan Oloman

Newcastle Upon Tyne
Mr_Olomano
Razputin Aquato

Favorite Games:
  • Psychonauts
  • Psychonauts
  • Psychonauts

65 games reviewed
79.7 average score
81 median score
78.1% of games recommended

Jordan Oloman's Reviews

Geordie Archaeology Graduate and Freelance Journalist. Whispering Rock Psychic Summer Camp Wannabe.
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Jun 20, 2020

Valorant has already won over many esports and live-streaming stars and their millions of teen fans. If it can do what Fortnite and Overwatch have done and bring in more casual players as well, we will be talking about it for years to come.

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The platforming is quite fun and the feedback loop works, so at the approachable price point, if you want something absent-minded to play as background noise for a catch-up conversation, then sure, but beyond that… it’s probably not worth the seven to ten hours of effort to complete it.

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Nov 1, 2019

Death Stranding is the most unique big-budget game I’ve ever played, a socially-minded injection of inventive ideas into a genre that has long survived by being lazy and brutish. This ambitious formula-flipper is brimming with empathy and carefully courts cinematic influences, an ensemble cast and a world of eye-watering scale, delivering a sticky gameplay loop to tie it all together and create a console generation-defining experience.

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Oct 16, 2019

Little Town Hero is a solid RPG with several unique, ambitious new systems that light up different parts of the brain than you may be used to. However, it also feels like it’s still in the prototype phase. The battle system is fun to figure out, but ultimately combat is so drawn out and confusing that it becomes exhausting. Unfortunately, it’s not as snappy and enjoyable in quick bursts as Pokemon, which may be the thing that doom’s Little Town Hero’s clear potential as a brain-teasing game to play on your commute.

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A well-functioning port of a brilliant game with an unexpected identity crisis. Given the availability of other platforms, the visual compromise makes this technical marvel a difficult sell to first-timers and veterans.

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Oct 13, 2019

What The Golf is a hilarious, addicting golf game that unravels the sport into clever puzzles and intrigue.

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Oct 13, 2019

Don’t sleep on this one, it’s a trip.

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Come for the crunchy combat and stay for the seductive systems that will keep you playing long after the compelling campaign has been conquered.

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Jun 25, 2019

The Sinking City's engrossing premise is ultimately betrayed by counterintuitive systems and bleak monotony.

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Mar 27, 2019

Yoshi's Crafted World doesn't use its clever conceit as well as it should or weave a poignant story, but it's still a solid and accessible Nintendo platformer.

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