Weekly Wrap-Up 12/2/11
December is now upon us, and so is a big pile of video game content right on here on GameZone. Did you miss anything this week? Were you hit with a horrid power outage like I was, resulting in you being off the internet for an entire day? If so, catch up with the latest gaming goodness right here in our Weekly Wrap-Up!
Studio Pixel's indie classic returns for one more go, this time completely reworked for the Nintendo 3DS. Check out Robert Workman's review of Cave Story 3D.
Time to put that Kinect to good use. Or is it? GameZone reviews Self-Defense Training Camp.
The classic Centipede series gets a modern revival with Infestation for the Wii. Read about just why this game manages to properly capture the magic of the franchise, even if it is a bit simplistic.
GameZone's Andrew Clouther reviews the comedic first-person shooter Serious Sam 3: BFE. Is the game a worthwhile bullet-fest?
After years of disappointing wrestling games, THQ finally delivers a winner with WWE '12. Check out our review by David Sanchez, and see why this is a much-needed revival to an aging series.
The King of Fighters XIII is proof that an old school fighting franchise can still offer substantially awesome gameplay. Check out our review for the full scoop.
The classic dinosaur franchise returns, this time in a brand new adventure game by Telltale. It doesn't offer the great experience we would have hoped for, but Jurassic Park is certainly a decent title.
Voltron: Defender of the Universe may be short and simple, but it's nostalgic enough to warrant a playthrough from fans of the original series. Check out our review of the game and see if this downloadable title is for you.
In a surprising turn of events, Kinect: Disneyland Adventures actually proved to be an awesome game. Check out the review by GameZone's own Lance Liebl.
Syndicate is scheduled to launch early next year. Should you watch out for it? Find out as our own Ben PerLee previews the upcoming shooter.
We take a look back at The Legend of Zelda and present the top ten enemies throughout the series.
The Heroes and Villains of Arkham City
GameZone's resident comic book expert Stephanie Carmichael delves into the world of Batman: Arkham City, exploring the many heroes and villains in the game.
We speculate on where and when the next Assassin's Creed will take place.
Find out about the Flashpoints in Star Wars: The Old Republic in this special written feature.
The Kinect has gotten some sweet motion titles as of late. We give you five games you need to own if you've got the Xbox 360 peripheral handy.
We take a look at the Power A Controllers and let you know which of these is the best for your gaming needs. Look at all the bright lights!
We take a close look at the art design and inspiration of Halo in this exclusive interview with Halo 4 Senior Art Director Kenneth Scott and Martin Robinson, the book's author.
Dark Souls may be fiendishly tough, but it's also smart. Check out what we think more games should offer gamers.
We compare the insane nature of Saints Row: The Third to the more serious tone in Grand Theft Auto IV.
There are things we all do in Skyrim, even if we refuse to admit them. Here are 10 of those embarrassing things.
SWTOR may not replace WoW, but it will certainly provide MMO fans with a big dose of awesome gameplay.
Glitches! You like 'em? Generally no, but in Skyrim, even these flaws are impressive.
We recount the tale of Assassin's Creed thus far, beginning from the first game in the series.
We look back at Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, two legendary titles in the Zelda series. After having played the awesome Skyward Sword, are these games still as impressive as they once were?
Are slogan shirts your thing? Check out these 30 awesome Minecraft slogans.
Well, did it?
GameZone's Richard Eisenbeis reviews Final Fantasy Type-0. Is the game a stellar PSP title?