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Weekly wrap-up 12/7/2012

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Another week has passed us by, and it’s been quite a busy few days as far as reviews are concerned. We’ve got the latest vidya gaming content right here in our weekly wrap-up, so if you missed out on our review of Adventure Time, our recap of The Walking Dead, or other featured stories, you’ll find it all right here.

Reviews

Review: Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper kicks ass on the Wii U, despite some small issues

This is easily the most complete game in the Warriors series, and it’s so robust that it would make a great starting point for any new fans.

Review: Gunnar Optiks Vinyl Gaming Glasses

Want to look badass while gaming? The Gunnar Optiks Vinyl Gaming Glasses got ya covered. Oh, they’re also useful for protecting your eyes.

Review: Little Inferno is a beautiful masterpiece that everyone should try

This indie title on the Wii U eShop may very well be the most compelling and heartwarming piece of digital software all year.

Review: Sine Mora lights up the PS Vita as one of the year's best downloadable games

One of the year’s best shmups makes its way to the Vita in prime fashion.

Review: Nano Assault is gorgeous and difficult, much like a supermodel girlfriend

While there's certainly a lot to like about Nano Assault — like its stunning visuals and highly polished gameplay — its a bit too difficult too often to fully recommend to everyone.

The Walking Dead recap and review: 'Made to Suffer' is intense, but not without flaws

In the latest episode of The Walking Dead we see a change in the Governor that can only mean great things for his villainous character.

Review: Far Cry 3 is an insane(ly) fun, violent, open world romp

Great FPS action and an incredible open world makes this trip through insanity a ride well worth taking.

Review: Adventure Time on 3DS channels its inner Zelda II

If you’re an Adventure Time fan, it goes without saying that you’ll find plenty of enjoyment in this Zelda II-inspired 3DS title.

Review: Trine 2: Director’s Cut is still great a year later

This game may have launched last year, but its Wii U debut is a shining effort that’s worthy of being played one more time.

Review: Chasing Aurora is pretty, promising, and disappointing

Despite its wondrous visual style, this downloadable eShop game fails to live up to its potential.

Review: Power A's FUS1ON Tournament Controller is a decent fit for most hands

This tournament-friendly controller may be pricey, but it’s certainly a solid peripheral.

Review: DJ Max Technika Tune brings the arcade music experience to the Vita

This music franchise returns, this time landing on the Vita, and it’s a largely successful experience that’s perfect for longtime fans.

Review: Guardians of Middle-earth successfully brings the MOBA genre to consoles

This strategic MOBA hits all the right notes and delivers a satisfying gameplay experience for fans of the genre.

Previews

Preview: BioShock Infinite soars above the rest

BioShock Infinite looks to be a massively promising endeavor worthy of the BioShock name.

GZ Originals

GameZone's very serious list of top 50 Wii games (#10 - #1)

What are the top 10 Wii games of all time? Seriously, of all time!

People sure are artsy! Wii U Edition

Folks have been putting their Wii U GamePads to good use, making some awesome drawings and sharing them on Miiverse.

Top 10 3DS eShop games you may not have played but totally should

Have you play these 3DS eShop games? No?! What are you waiting for?

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Damn you, lengthy load times! Damn you to hell!

Spike TV VGA 2012: GameZone's picks

GameZone weighs in on the Spike TV VGAs. What are our personal picks from this video game award show?

Black Ops 2 has been out a month and I still haven't played the campaign

Should Activision even bother throwing in a single-player campaign into its popular military FPS?

Do your decisions in The Walking Dead really make a difference?

It may be a great series, but this adventure franchise isn’t exactly shaped by the decisions you make.

BioShock Infinite’s cover art is lackluster but has purpose

By putting Booker DeWitt on the cover, this highly anticipated title is emphasizing the importance of its main protagonist.

The Wii U has been great for my marriage

Can the Wii U help get couples together to play some vidya games?

Game Guide: Tips to get the most out of Far Cry 3

If you want to get the most enjoyment out of your time with Far Cry 3, check out this list of tips.

Why everyone should be buying THQ's Humble Bundle

 THQ’s Humble Bundle may not exactly be indie, but it’s certainly rife with some outstanding content.

We don't need Xbox 720 and PS4

Do we really need new hardware to game on?

GameZone’s best of 2012

We’re looking back at 2012 and choosing the best games of the year.

Best PS3 games of 2012

Best Wii games of 2012

Best Xbox 360 games of 2012

Best PC Games of 2012

GameZone's Game of the Year 2012 nominations

What we want to see from the VGAs

What needs to happen for this year’s VGAs to be watchable?

Hardcore Kill Confirmed is in Black Ops 2, but what's next?

What can we expect in Black Ops 2 now that this playlist has been added?

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