Weekly Wrap-Up: Sexy, shiny hair
Look at all of the games! Just look at 'em! Whether it's reviews or previews you want, original editorial content or video features you've got a hankering for, we've been turning them out like crazy . And just in case you missed anything, you can find it all right here on GameZone's Weekly Wrap-Up.
Bravely Default Review: Harks back to the glory days of JRPGs
This is classic Square Enix RPG goodness at its finest.
Loadout Review: Raunchy warfare
Wild and over-the-top, this multiplayer shooter is filled with craziness galore.
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Review: Dat hair
Such pretty, pretty hair.
Outlast PS4 Review: It's free, but I'm not quite buying it
It may be filled with some solid scares, but Outlast on the PlayStation 4 clearly won't be for everyone.
This old school tactical shooter is tough, but it plays quite well, too.
Time for some more crazy anime action.
Telltale returns once again with a new chapter in its latest series.
Candy-colored awesomeness without the word "candy" in the title.
This skateboarding game goes back to basics, and the results are wonderfully addictive.
The price isn't the only thing that's good about this headset.
Europa Universalis 4: A Wealth of Nations Preview: Trading through conflict
We take a look at this upcoming strategy expansion.
War of the Vikings Preview: Customization, women and foreign tongues
GameZone jumps into this War of the Roses quasi-sequel.
Starpoint Gemini 2 preview: Relearning the space sim
What makes this space-themed game different from the bunch?
Skeptics, put your minds at rest.
We get the inside scoop on this monster game.
We shine the spotlight on this upcoming NES-inspired action-adventure game.
Up Up Down Down: Super Hexagon
We enter the dizzying world of one of the best mobile games in recent memory.
EA's and Microsoft’s/Machinima's compensation campaigns are really, really bad for gaming journalism
Yeah, we totally expect the whole "This publisher paid you off, d*ckhead!" fan backlash even more now.
From Sam & Max to The Walking Dead: How Telltale Games became a premiere developer
That little adventure game developer has sure come a long way.
Kickstarter interview: Unsung Story: Tale of the Guardians is the tactical RPG you’ve been waiting for
We get the inside scoop on this upcoming RPG.
Titanfall’s limited edition controller calls back to the early days of Xbox 360 customization
Hey, look! A non-Nintendo customized controller!
Interview: Author Andi Ewington talks Dark Souls 2: Into the Light and a lifetime of gaming
What happens when the world of Dark Souls 2 enter the comic book medium?
Interstellar Marines shows promise, but still has a long way to go
This shooter is clearly in its early stages, but it could totally be worthwhile in the future.
Nintendo is locked out of the next-gen market
Oh, Nintendo, you so quirky!
The hit movie Her and its commentary on video games
This flick is an interesting take on the concept of video games.
Week in Mobile: Vita’s Draw Slasher is the right kind of iOS port
If you thought it couldn't be done, then you need to check out this successful iOS-to-Vita title.
Black Tusk Studios' focus on Gears of War is disappointing
It's okay to want something more original, ya know.
Why fan expectations and reactions can change how we view games
What impact does the voice of the consumer really have on a product?
Up Up Down Down: New Super Mario Bros.
Remember when this series actually felt new?
Can titles like Gone Home and Dear Esther be called games?
What makes these particular types of games actually fall under their medium?
Dr. David's Indie Roundup: Hotline Miami 2, Octodad, The Witness, and more
Look at all the highly anticipated sequels!
Nevermind hopes to change the gaming industry with Biofeedback
GameZone takes a look at this intriguing game concept.
Mickey has joined the legions of Disney Infinity figures.
Are 60fps really all that necessary?
I mean, at least it'll be in the bargain big someday, right?
We take a look at yet another delightfully jovial mobile title.
What's the scoop on this upcoming indie game for PlayStation platforms?
It's not better than the first game, but it's pretty great nonetheless.
See? Other games are more than willing to kick your ass.
Need Humanity: Dark Souls Playthrough
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 3 – Taurus Demon, Solaire, & Hellfire Drake Exploit
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 4 – Bows and Arrows, Drake Sword, Getting Past Drake
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 5 – Boar, Undead Parish, & Upgrading Weapons
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 6 – Lautrec, Bell Gargoyles, & Oswald
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 7 – Black Knights and Havel
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 8 – Shortcuts, Lower Undead Burg, & Capra Demon
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 9 – Depths, Kirk, & Gaping Dragon
Need Humanity: Dark Souls 2 is the incestuous child of Dark Souls and Demon’s Souls
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 10 – +10 Weapons, Grass Crest Shield, & Moonlight Butterfly
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 11 - Blighttown, Maneater Mildred, & Quelaag
Need Humanity: Dark Souls playthrough Episode 12 - Sen's Fortress, Big Hat Logan, & Iron Golem
GZ's Top Lists
35 things we would love to see come to Disney Infinity
13 real-life things that would make terrifying boss encounters
1 reason to play League of Legends, 9 more that are icing on the cake
8 more dangerous threats to the Candy Crush Saga name
9 Stupid things the PS4 doesn't do yet
5 Types of games that will win over non-gamers
11 last-gen games you probably didn't know were some of the best
10 reasons The Last of Us shouldn't be ported to the PS4
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