Weekly Wrap-Up 11/11/11
The AAA releases keep on coming, and we've got you covered right here on GameZone with reviews, previews, and more. If you missed anything on your favorite or most anticipated games of the fall, we've got the skinny here on our Weekly Wrap-Up.
A new racer hits the scene, and it looks to provide fast-paced thrills to fans of the genre. Does NASCAR Unleashed deliver the goods as it speeds onto consoles?
Yes, Captain America: Super Soldier is yet another movie-based game, but is it any good? GameZone's Robert Workman reviews the 3DS game.
Another day, another shooter. Blackwater isn't the type of game you want to play ... not even for a little bit. Check out our review to find out why.
The Dragon Ball Z brand of fighters returns with Ultimate Tenkaichi. How does the latest title in the series fare? Is it everything fans have been hoping for?
Do the story, grand world, and gameplay in Lord of the Rings: War in the North combine to create a great experience for fans of the franchise? Find out in our in-depth review of the game.
Goldeneye 007 returns ... again. Should Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 owners be stoked to play the classic FPS remade for the current generation ... again?
Naruto Shippuden returns in a fast-paced beat 'em up with Ultimate Ninja Impact. Should fans of the series race out to get this one?
The most anticipated FPS of the year has arrived. Is it any good? (We're pretty sure you know the answer by now.) Check out our review of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Worms returns in Crazy Golf, a downloadable PlayStation Network game that offers up colorful visuals and cartoon-like golf. Is the game worth your hard-earned digital dollars?
We get another highly anticipated release this week. Does The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim live up to everyone's expectations? Find out as GameZone's Mike Splechta reviews the highly anticipated action RPG.
The classic BurgerTime returns in World Tour, a modernization of the series for the current console generation. Does the game hit all the nostalgic notes while remaining relevant today?
Saints Row: The Third promised over-the-top thrills, crazy gameplay, and insanity galore. Does it deliver on all of its promises? Find out as GameZone's own Matt Liebl reviews the game.
Three classics are remade and given an HD coat of paint in Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. Are they still as awesome today as they were during their original releases?
Battlefield 3 takes a trip back in time with the modernized Back to Karkand DLC. Should owners of EA and DICE's military FPS look out for it? Our own Ben PerLee takes a quick look at this upcoming content.
GameZone writer Joe Donato gives you 10 strategies for getting the most out of your Battlefield 3 game. An especially useful guide for newer fans of the series.
We give you a rundown of the themes and characters that were left out of the recent Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony. Trust us, it's a good thing this stuff was left out.
GameZone takes a look at the London Scene in Modern Warfare 3 and discusses why it's more realistic than it is controversial. Agree? Disagree?
Thus far, trailers for Bioshock Infinite have showcased some truly boss voice acting. What can fans of the series expect when the game launches?
Killing rats in a video game is animal cruelty ... according to PETA. We dissect the latest uproar at the hands of the organization.
Gamers hate Modern Warfare 3. At least that's what the Metacritic user scores indicate. GameZone takes a close look at the ridiculously low scores of the otherwise highly acclaimed military FPS.
GameZone's Stephanie Carmichael takes a look at the impact that comic books have had on film and video games.
Ever wanted a traditional Pokemon 2D fighter? Yeah, we have, too. GameZone ponders on the top Pokemon spin-offs we'll likely never see.
It may suffer from server issues right now, but if Call of Duty Elite is tweaked and fixed up, it could provide the ultimate Call of Duty experience for fans.
Playing Skyrim this weekend? Oh, we see you got invited to the SWTOR beta. Trolololol!
Look at 'em bounce! Look at 'em!
GameZone's Vito Gesualdi talks gaming with celebrities. Obviously, most of them know nothing.