Weekly Wrap-Up 11/26/11
It's Thanksgiving weekend, and we know you're probably a few pounds heavier and a handful of hours sleepier. While you sit at your computer regaining health, why not check out the latest GameZone content?
The DS gets its own version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. How does the dual screen edition of Activision's military FPS fare? Is it a worthy portable shooter?
Tetris returns, this time in Tetris Axis for the 3DS. Are there enough additions to the latest iteration of the classic falling block puzzler to entice a purchase?
The pink puffball revisits one of his classic quests in Kirby's Adventure for the 3DS. This 3D Classics remake of the NES platformer doesn't add a ton of changes to the basic formula, but when the original is so great, is that really a bad thing?
The Shinobi series is back, and this time, it makes the jump to 3D on Nintendo's latest handheld. Is this a proper return for the series? Find out in our review Shinobi for the 3DS.
GameZone's Robert Workman takes the PlayStation 3D Display for a spin and lets you know whether you should invest in this gaming monitor.
Want some Tekken? You really can't go wrong with Tekken Hybrid. Featuring Tekken Tag Tournament and Tekken: Blood Vengeance, this is a nice compilation for fans who want to get prepped for Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
Nintendo's iconic franchise returns, this time with Skyward Sword on the Wii. How does the game stand as a part of the Zelda franchise? Is this a legendary experience?
The former adversaries join up once more in the latest mini-game collection to land on the Wii. Is Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games a winner?
Though there are some fan favorites in the latest Marvel vs. Capcom, there are countless other obscure guys and gals that we would love to see in the series. Here are 10 of those chracters.
There's something really awesome about the video game ninja. We look back at the history of our favorite medium and discuss the best video game ninjas ... EVER!
Mario's been around for years, and in that time he's starred in some incredible games. We take a look back at Nintendo's flagship series and give you the 10 greatest platformers in the Mario franchise.
The GameZone office was raided over the weekend, and we lost some really valuable stuff. The crooks left the Wii, though, which speaks volumes of the console's popularity and worth.
Hot celebs with sexy voices in video games are awesome. Here are 10 actresses we wish would lend their vocal talents to more games.
The GameZone staff looks back at some fond Halo memories. What do you remember most about Halo: Combat Evolved?
Saints Row: The Third is an insane game, and it offers so much to do within its open world that it's easy to get lost in all of the craziness. GameZone takes a close look at the game's amazing absurdity.
We got a bunch of great games in 2011. We also got some screw-ups in those games such as missing features. We look back at the best games that had some glaring issues in 2011.
GTA is a great series, but Saints Row seems to have created something special for the open world crime genre. What can GTAV do when it launches to stand out as something more unique and meaningful? GameZone's Joe Donato answers that question.
GameZone's David Sanchez gives you a rundown of his favorite things to do in Saints Row: The Third. Because beating people up with a big purple dildo never gets old.
This is it, people. What game offered the better military FPS experience overall? Was it Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 or Battlefield 3? Find out as Tate Steinlage gives you his conclusive statements on both games.