news\ Sep 21, 2012 at 6:13 pm

Weekly wrap-up 9/21/2012


Another week in gaming has passed us by, and it’s been a cool one. We’ve got new reviews, previews, and more right here on GameZone, and if you missed any of the biggest content from the last few days, be sure to check it all out here in our weekly wrap-up. Enjoy your weekend, everyone, and get some gaming done!


Joe Danger: The Movie review (Xbox 360)

Joe Danger is back, and his latest stunt-fest is yet another thrill ride worth checking out.

Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition review (PC)

Some glaring flaws keep this PC port from being as great as it should’ve been, but overall, this is Dark Souls through and through, and it’s still one hell of a ride.

Guild Wars 2 review (PC)

This MMO endeavor lives up to the hype and delivers on all grounds, offering up a ton of quality gameplay content for no subscription fee.

LittleBigPlanet Vita review (Vita)

If you’re looking for some platforming and customization bliss on your Vita, you really can’t go wrong with LittleBigPlanet.

Battlefield 3: Armored Kill review (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)

If you’re looking to add more Battlefield 3 to your life, this expansion pack is for you. It won’t change the game much, but it’ll certainly give you more of what you already like.

Splice review (PC)

This indie puzzler may not be for everyone, but fans of the genre will find a truly mine-breaking experience worth checking out.

Rigonauts review (PC)

While there’s definitely some fun to be had here, this title ultimately feels more like a mobile game than a PC experience.

Skyrim: Hearthfire review (Xbox 360)

Ever wanted to own land and adopt kids in the land of Skyrim? Well, now you can.

Legends of Pegasus review (PC)

Untapped potential and some noticeably unpolished spots make this PC strategy title hardly worth playing.

Spirits review (PC)

Nice visuals aside, this point-and-click puzzler doesn’t manage to offer up anything more than a frustrating experience.

Dredd 3D review (Movies)

High on violence and sci-fi spirit, this surprisingly enjoyable flick is worth watching by fans of the genre.


Medal of Honor Warfighter single-player impressions

Despite our demo session’s brevity, there’s no denying that the stage is set for what could be an engaging single-player military shooter mode.

FIFA 13 demo impressions

If you’re a fan of soccer games, keep this one on your radar.

Frontline Tactics hands-on preview

If you’re looking for some strategic gameplay on your PC or Mac (that’s also transferable between your different iOS devices), watch out for this upcoming tactical experience.

GZ Originals

Guild Wars 2 Mystic Forge crafting guide: basics

Need some help crafting in Guild Wars 2? Check out our basics guide!

Ten highlights from this weekend's Gearbox Software Community Day 2012

Shenanigans and Borderlands galore! Check out our footage from this Gearbox event.

Let's Talk Doctor Who: A Town Called Mercy

We take a look at the latest episode of Doctor Who. What’s the verdict?

Missed Comikaze Expo 2012? We got you covered with these pictures

GameZone heads to Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo 2012 and checks out some comic books, cool merch, and cosplayers.

Video Game Jam tasks people to build a game in 48 hours

Get an in-depth look at Video Game Jam and see how these developers manage to turn out a game in just two days.

Battlefield 3: Armored Kill - Tips for fun & winning

If you feel like you might need a little help on the battlefield (See what I did there?), check out these anti-suckage tips.

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