Weekly wrap-up 2/10/2012
Valaentine's Day is almost upon us, so we're not going to hold it against you if you missed out on some content here on GameZone as a result of you looking frantically for a gift for that special someone. Now that you've acquired something for the special person in your life, why not sit down, relax, and check out any reviews, previews, and editorial content you may have missed? Check it all out here in this week's wrap-up.
The Simpsons Arcade Game Review (360, PS3)
The Simpsons Arcade Game has finally made its way to consoles, and it retains all of the charm and fun beat 'em up action it boasted 21 years ago. Check out our in-depth review of this arcade classic courtesy of GameZone's Robert Workman.
Law & Order Legacies Review (PC)
Telltale Games delivers a must-play for fans of Law & Order with Legacies, the latest adventure game from the studio. Read our full review for all the details.
Resident Evil: Revelations Review (3DS)
The much-anticipated Resident Evil: Revelations has launched on the 3DS, and it is a must-buy for anyone who owns Nintendo's dual screen handheld. Check out GameZone's review from our own Mike Splechta.
Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective Review (iOS)
Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective makes the jump to iOS platforms, and it provides a fun puzzle game experience for mobile gamers.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Review (360, PS3, PC)
Despite a few minor hitches, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is an action-RPG worth playing, blending a little bit of Skyrim and Fable to deliver a solid gaming experience.
The Darkness II Review (360, PS3)
Immersive combat, an interesting story, and awesome visuals make The Darkness II a great game worthy of your attention. GameZone's Lance Liebl reviews this impressive title.
Jak and Daxter Collection Review (PS3)
The awesome Jak and Daxter return in an incredibly enjoyable HD collection. Check out our review to read about just why the three included titles in Jak and Daxter Collection have aged so well.
Double Fine Happy Action Theater Review (360)
It may be light on long-term content, but Double Fine Happy Action Theater is a blast to play and offers an immense amount of entertainment for big group get-togethers.
The Blackwell Legacy Review (PC)
A rich story, interesting characters, and a well-written script make The Blackwell Legacy a must-play for fans of adventure games.
Star Wars: The Old Republic Review (PC)
Is Star Wars: The Old Republic just a Star Wars-themed World of Warcraft clone? GameZone's Andrew Clouther answers that question in his review of the MMO.
Chronicle Review (Movies)
Taking cues from films such as Jumper, Chronicle delivers a surprisingly enjoyable experience for film watchers. Check out the full review by GameZone's Joe Donato.
The Woman in Black Review (Movies)
While it has some good moments, The Woman in Black relies too heavily on jump scares and doesn't offer enough substance to truly stand out as a must-see horror flick.
The River (ABC) Recap and Review (TV)
While it may have shades of Paranormal Activity almost to a fault, The River is a genuinely intriguing TV show, and it's going to be interesting seeing how it develops over time.
Michael Jackson: The Experience Preview (Vita)
GameZone checks out Michael Jackson: The Experience for the PlayStation Vita. Check out our preview to see if this is a game to watch out for.
Super Stardust Delta Preview (Vita)
With a strong legacy behind it, Super Stardust Delta has a lot to live up to. Check out GameZone's in-depth preview of the game to see if this one's up to par with its predecessors.
Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational Preview (Vita)
We preview the current highest-selling Vita game. How does Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational play?
Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus Preview (Vita)
It may be a port of a port, but Ryu Hayabusa's Vita debut definitely shows promise. Read our full preview of the game and see why Ninja Gaiden fans should watch out for Sigma Plus.
MLB 12: The Show Preview (Vita)
Baseball on the Vita is looking good as we preview MLB 12: The Show. Watch out for this one if you're a baseball fan and potential Vita buyer.
Plants vs. Zombies Preview (Vita)
The popular tower defense game Plants vs. Zombies is headed to the Vita, and we take it for a spin.
LittleBigPlanet Preview (Vita)
Get ready to run, jump, and create as LittleBigPlanet is prepped for launch on the Vita. Is Sackboy's latest handheld adventure worth watching out for?
Lock-Out trailer breakdown (Movies)
GameZone picks apart the Lock-Out trailer and gives some insight on several different aspects of the clip.
Awake trailer impressions (TV)
Combining the crime show genre with a Lost feel, Awake is definitely a show worth watching out for. Check out our impressions of the trailer.
The Darkness: What you missed
Didn't play The Darkness? Need to get caught up before playing The Darkness II? Check out this recap feature for the skinny.
Soulcalbur II - Does it hold up?
GameZone's David Sanchez revisits a classic and discusses whether or not Soulcalibur II is worth playing these days.
My top five PS One Classics wish list
What PlayStation originals does GameZone's Mike Splechta want to see make a comeback? Check out his top five.
Serious Sam 3: Awesome because it's not serious
First-person shooters take themselves way too seriously these days. Serious Sam 3, though, is anything but serious.
Ten third-party Wii U games that should be developed
When the Wii U launches, what 10 third-party titles should be at the forefront?
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning walkthrough
Stuck on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning? Check out our walkthrough so you can get through any tricky spots.
Why we won't see Grand Theft Auto V in 2012
GameZone's Tate Steinlage discuss why Rockstar won't release Grand Theft Auto V until 2013.
Mass Effect 3 Fem Shep trailer and the history leading to it
We discuss the Fem Shep trailer for Mass Effect 3 and talk about the good job BioWare did on it.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Video Review
Not into reading, but you still want some insight on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning? Check out our video review of the awesome action-RPG.
Big in Japan - Metal Wolf Chaos Import Review
Metal Wolf Chaos is the most American game ever made ... and it was made in Japan! Check out the final episode of Big in Japan starring Richard Eisenbeis.