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PAX East 2013 wrap-up


PAX East 2013 has come and gone, and in its wake we were left with a bunch of games to look forward to even more than we already were. On this edition of GameZone's weekly wrap-up we look back at a few reviews and some original content, as well as the most exciting titles seen at PAX East.


Review: Roccat Kone XTD gaming mouse is a beautiful fusion of aesthetics and features

If you’re looking for a gaming mouse, you don’t really need to look any further. Seriously, stop.

Review: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is the Wii U's first, must-own title of 2013

Time to bag some prey in what can only be described as a must for Wii U owners.

Review: Battlefield 3: End Game is DICE's final stamp on one of this generation's most action-packed titles

This is the exclamation point for Battlefield 3, and what an exclamation point it is!(!!)

Review: Dead Space 3: Awakened DLC functions like a disturbed nap

This add-on content won’t wow you, but it does have some good moments.

Review: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is a fan's dream come true

Naruto fans who are on the fence about this latest title should definitely pick it up without delay.

Review: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate whips it good

This 3DS hack-and-slash title delivers the goods and will leave Castlevania fans satisfied.

Review: The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct doesn't have a zombie leg to stand on

The Dixon brothers deserve better than this, damn it!

Review: Darkstalkers Resurrection packs a punch with two classic titles

Two old school fighters make a return in this compilation and prove that they’ve withstood the test of time.

Review: Gears of War: Judgment knows how to tell a story, but slips when delivering

Gears fans will find a lot to love in Judgment, warts and all.

Peripheral Vision: Genius GX Gila Gaming Mouse

While this small gaming mouse is far from perfect, it’s still a serviceable device that may suit some individuals' needs.

Review: HarmoKnight is a rhythmic and melodic gem

The folks behind the Pokemon games prove that branching out is most certainly a good thing.


PAX East 2013: Splinter Cell: Blacklist preview

Ubisoft may very well deliver the greatest Splinter Cell experience yet with Blacklist.

PAX East 2013: Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag preview

The worlds of assassins and pirates cross, and the result is looking quite good thus far.

PAX East 2013: FireFall completely adapts (again) to community feedback

Some major changes are coming to this MMO shooter.

PAX East 2013 preview: Watch Dogs adapts to the choices you make

GameZone gets some new info on the decision-making aspect of Ubisoft’s upcoming espionage-themed adventure.

PAX East 2013: Spartacus Legends hands-on preview

While it’s not the most polished fighter, it’s still not bad for a free title.

Preview: I'll have a wet carne asada burrito, heavy on the Guacamelee, please

What happens when the fate of a lovely young lady rests in the hands of a masked wrestler ... who died a few hours ago?

PAX East 2013 preview: Moga Pro controller turns your Android into a console

Here’s hoping Android game devs utilize this controller, because it’s pretty damn sweet.

PAX East 2013 preview: DuckTales Remastered hands-on

WayForward is currently toiling away on this remake of the classic DuckTales, and we can’t wait to play more of it.

PAX East 2013: Don’t Starve interview details continued support and collaborative development

We get an in-depth look at Don’t Starve straight from the developers.

PAX East 2013 preview: Secret Ponchos is a beautifully designed competitive multiplayer game, primed to be a sleeper hit

We were impressed with Secret Ponchos, so suffice it to say that we really hope this game doesn’t go unnoticed.

PAX East 2013 preview: Saints Row 4 wields a dubstep gun and super powers

The Third Street Saints are gearing up for their return, and they’re packing all manner of wild weaponry.

PAX East 2013: Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara hands-on

If you’ve missed out on classic Capcom titles before, keep a lookout for the latest iteration of Dungeons & Dragons.

PAX East 2013: Bastion’s Art Director talks Transistor, the latest from Supergiant Games

GameZone chats it up with the art director behind Bastion about the studio’s latest project.

PAX East 2013: Fractured Soul PC hands-on left me baffled and pleased

This 3DS original is making its way to the PC, and it’s just as impressive as ever.

PAX East 2013: Heroes & Generals preview

This browser-based MMO has all the potential to be a winner.

PAX East 2013: Telekinesis Kyle hands-on with a potential wonder boy

This charming physics-based puzzler is definitely a game to watch out for if you enjoy quirky, cartoonish 2D titles.

GZ Originals

Level One: Resident Evil 6

What happens when we enter the world of Resident Evil 6 for the first time again? Shut up. That totally makes sense.

Dr. David's indie roundup: Fez, BattleBlock Theater, Triad and more

Fez is getting a PC release? And it may come to the PlayStation Network? No, I’m not jestin’!

Week in Mobile: Tabletop Defense, Solitaire Blitz, and better mobile advertising

Some must-play titles hit the mobile gaming landscape.

What makes Path of Exile different from Diablo and Torchlight

This Diablo-esque RPG offers a pleasant alternative to Blizzard’s famed franchise.

Pop Culture'd: Skip forward, why I'm not retro gaming

Are “the good old days” really all that good? Or is the best yet to come?

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