Weekly wrap-up 6/24/2012
E3 is long over, and we now shift our focus on new content here on GameZone. Sure, we'll still give you some previews we scored at the big games trade show in LA a couple of weeks ago, but we're also getting back into our old groove, delivering reviews and editorials galore. If you missed anything over the past week and want to do some good ol' game reading on this fine Sunday, check out links to all of the latest posts right here.
Babel Rising review (XBLA)
While we can't say that this strategy title is buggy or broken, we can definitely attest to the fact that it's a boring mess that just isn't any fun to play. Oh yeah, and as for the Kinect stuff, well, yeah, that stuff is pretty broken.
Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland Review (PS3)
Not only does this RPG end the Arland trilogy on the PlayStation 3, but it also does it on a high note, delivering a satisfying experience that's simplistic but great.
Brave: The Video Game review (PS3)
Yes, this game may be a based on a Disney-Pixar film, but even despite the fact that it's intended for the kiddies, Brave: The Video Game is still an enjoyable action-adventure romp.
Elsword review (PC)
While not perfect for any means, this free-to-play hack-and-slash MMO is still a lot of fun and features enjoyable pick-up-and-play action.
Marvel Pinball: Avengers Chronicles review (XBLA)
Zen Studios delivers yet another excellent Marvel-themed game of pinball.
Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor review (Xbox 360)
The Adventures of Shuggy review (PC)
Enjoyable puzzle platforming gameplay and a ton of charm make this indie gem a truly worthwhile experience.
E3 2012: Scribblenauts Unlimited coming to Wii U
E3 2012: The Testament of Sherlock Holmes preview
E3 2012: Sound Shapes hands-on (Vita)
E3 2012: Way of the Samurai 4 preview
E3 2012: Snapshot hands-on (Vita)
E3 2012: Ragnarok Odyssey preview
New trailer shows Okami kicking ass in HD
E3 2012: Resident Evil 6 exclusive interview
When Vikings Attack hands-on Preview
Age of Wushu preview
Harvest Moon: A New Beginning hands-on
The Avengers: Battle For Earth first impressions
E3 2012: Lost Planet 3 exclusive interview
For links to our original editorial content, as well as some new strategy guides, check out page two of the wrap-up!