Weekly wrap-up 3/23/2012
Another week goes by, and GameZone gets even more gaming content. Whether you're looking for reviews, previews, original written pieces, or videos, you'll find anything and everything right here in our weekly wrap-up.
Motorstorm RC review (Vita)
It may not be the most outstanding racer out there, but Motorstorm RC is still pretty fun, and it's free. You can't beat that price. Check the full review, written by GameZone's Alex Faciane, for all the details.
Shoot Many Robots review (360)
Inspired by classic shoot 'em ups the likes of Contra and Metal Slug, Shoot Many Robots is a downloadable gun-fest worthy of your time. If you're in the mood for some solid shooting action, you can't go wrong with this one.
Journey review (PS3)
It's dreamy, it's artistic, it's ethereal. Journey is a downloadable art game unlike any other, and you should check it out without hesitation. Get the full scoop in GameZone's review by Robert Workman.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations review (360)
Whether you're a longtime Naruto fan or a newcomer to the series, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations is a great entry in the franchise, and a great fighter in general. Check out our in-depth review by GameZone's Mike Splechta.
Mega Man review (iOS)
Mega Man returns, this time remade for the iPhone. Check out the review of this iOS remake and see if it's for you. GameZone's Vito Gesualdi gives his thoughts on Mega Man for the iPhone.
Ninja Gaiden 3 review (360)
It doesn't raise the bar for the series, and it's not without a few quirks, but Ninja Gaiden 3 is still a great entry, and one that fans should definitely check out.
Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 review (PS3)
With its streamlined JRPG gameplay, interesting characters, and hilarious video game and pop culture references, Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 is a great game for hardcore gamers, and a worthwhile experience for fans of the genre. Check out our complete review brought to you by GameZone writer David Sanchez.
Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure review (360)
While Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure isn't exactly a challenging affair for adults, it's a great title for kids who love the Disney and Pixar stuff we've seen over the years.
Yakuza: Dead Souls review (PS3)
The Yakuza series goes in a different direction in Dead Souls, pitting you against hordes of zombies and providing a big world with lots to do. It's a step in a great direction, and the results are mostly impressive. Check out the review of the game by Stephanie Carmichael right here on GameZone.
Casa De Mi Padre review (Movies)
While the humor won't be obviously apparent to everyone right away, Casa De Mi Padre is an enjoyable comedy film that may be right up your alley. To see if you should shell out the cash to watch this movie, check out our review by GameZone's Joe Donato.
The Walking Dead: 'Beside the Dying Fire' recap and review (TV)
The Walking Dead ends the season with a successful bang, and we couldn't be more excited for season three. Check out the review of "Beside the Dying Fire" by GameZone's Eric Zipper.
21 Jump Street review (Movies)
Littered with hilarious moments throughout, 21 Jump Street is a great comedy flick worth watching.
Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes preview
Set to launch this summer, Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes is looking like a fine sequel and one of the best Lego games to date. Check out our preview and see why you should watch out for this one.
House of the Dead 4 preview
Feel like both shooting zombies and finally bringing out your PlayStation Move controllers again? House of the Dead 4 may not be a grand download when it launches in spring, but it's certainly a compelling shooter to keep an eye on.
Mario Tennis Open preview
Mario and co. are taking to the courts again in Mario Tennis Open for the Nintendo 3DS. Check out our preview of this game that's certain to be a winner on Nintendo's handheld.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 preview
With a better look and feel than its predecessor, Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 already seems to be a title worth watching out for. Find out why this may be a fitting end to the episodic series in our preview of the game.
Marvel Pinball: Avengers Chronicles preview
Just in time for the Avengers film, Marvel Pinball: Avengers Chronicles looks to provide an enjoyable dose of pinball goodness. Our preview has the full scoop on this upcoming download.
Hell Yeah! preview
Colorful style, gore, and platforming galore make Hell Yeah! a downloadable game worth watching out for. Read our preview and get the skinny on Sega and indie developer Arkedo's upcoming side-scroller.
Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown preview
Sega's focusing heavily on digital content, and Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown is another example of a quality game coming to download platforms.
Darksiders II hands-on
We get some play time with the upcoming Darksiders II. The verdict: Watch out for this one, because it's already looking and feeling like an impressive action-adventure title.
Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two preview
Epic Mickey 2 has been announced, and it's looking pretty cool. It's not without a few hitches so far, but there's certainly a ton of potential there. GameZone's Matt Liebl previews the upcoming Disney title.
Red Bull LAN Orlando coverage
GameZone's resident eSports expert Dustin Steiner attended Red Bull LAN Orlando. Check out some exclusive content on the big event right here.
Red Bull LAN Orlando day 1 photo dump and recap!
Red Bull LAN Orlando - Interview with Dave "Walshy" Walsh
Red Bull LAN Orlando - Interview with Shawn "Liquid'Sheth" Simon
Red Bull Lan Orlando day 2 photo dump and recap!
Red Bull LAN Orlando - Interview with Marcus "djWHEAT" Graham
Red Bull LAN Orlando - Interview with Sean "Day" Plott
The five stages of Mass Effect 3 grief
Gamers are having a tough time dealing with the ending in Mass Effect 3. GameZone's Joe Donato provides the five stages of grief related to the game.
Tales of Graces f walkthrough guide & FAQ
Stuck in Tales of Graces f? Need a helping hand? Check out our walkthrough guide and FAQ!
SNK is doing it wrong with the NeoGeo X handheld
When you look at the steep price and several other flaws evident in the NeoGeo X handheld, it's obvious that SNK is doing something wrong. In this case, the company's doing a lot of things wrong.
It's a slippery slope changing Mass Effect 3's ending
How can EA and BioWare go about changing the ending in Mass Effect 3 to appease gamers? Can they even change the ending? Should they?
Mass Effect 3 walkthrough
Mass Effect 3 galaxy scanning and Citadel tasks guide
Ending nonsense aside, Mass Effect 3 is still a deep and robust game, and if you need a helping hand traversing its world, look no further.
Video game releases for the week of March 19
What games landed this week? GameZone's Tatiana Morris has the scoop.
Checkpoint Reached Episode 3 'Mass Effect 3, iPad 3, Japan Craziness and MW3 Knifing'
Check out the latest episode of Checkpoint Reached, where Lance Liebl gives his thoughts on everything from the iPad 3 being called just the iPad to Japanese girls kind of almost kissing sort of.
League of Legends
League of Legends lane role guide
League of Legends LuLu first impressions