Weekly wrap-up 1/12/2013
Another week has gone by and it seems as though 2013 has officially taken off. That said, let’s take a look at some of the latest reviews and original editorial content here on GameZone. Want to know if Gangster Squad is any good? Perhaps you’d like to see if Anarchy Reigns is a beat ‘em up worth checking out. Or maybe you’d just like to celebrate the end of the PlayStation 2 era along with us. You’ll find all that and more in this week’s wrap-up.
Review: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D and the dangers of inbreeding
Don’t let that awesome first scene fool you. This horror flick is not worth watching.
Review: Anarchy Reigns is Platinum's love letter to the brawler genre
It may not be all that remarkable, but Platinum Games’ latest beat ‘em up is fast-paced and action-packed, and its online multiplayer mode is a total blast.
Movie Review: Gangster Squad masks its flaws in star power
Gangster Squad may never be remembered for being one of the all-time great mobster flicks, but its great cast makes it a treat nonetheless.
Review: Minecraft: The Story of Mojang deems itself much more than just a regular documentary
This is yet another great video game documentary, and it tells the awesome story of Minecraft and developer Mojang.
The end of an era: Looking back at the PlayStation 2's best games
We reminisce as we take a look back at the PlayStation 2, one of the greatest video game platforms of all time.
Grant Crime Auto: Ice City shows the ups and downs of the open Android based platform
Ultimately, even if a shoddy rip-off is only a buck, it’s still a shoddy rip-off.
Could Pokémon X & Y help spawn a 3D classic Pokémon title?
Is it time for the Pokemon series of RPGs to finally brave the land of 3D gameplay?
Did Telltale's The Walking Dead mislead players?
The Walking Dead may be an awesome series, but when you really think about it, it definitely wasn’t as open-ended in terms of narrative as Telltale had us believe.
Dear Tomb Raider: Be yourself, not Uncharted
The best thing Crystal Dynamics can do for Tomb Raider is to set it apart from Uncharted.
Week in Mobile: Noble Nutlings, Hundreds, and the Android hardware boom
Noble Nutlings, Hundreds, and Lost Cubes lead the charge on mobile platforms this week.
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