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Weekly wrap-up: Aliens: Colonial Marines sucks edition


With Sony set to make a big announcement this week, we’ve got a lot to look forward to. That said, let’s take a look back at the last week in gaming, which in terms of content was pretty damn good, too. Well, except for Aliens: Colonial Marines, which we reviewed. So check that out and see exactly why you should never play that game. Or maybe, why you should!


The Walking Dead recap and review: 'Suicide King' spins its wheels around some interesting problems

The mid-season premier of The Walking Dead starts off strong, posing some new problems and situations for Rick’s group.

Review: Game over man, Aliens: Colonial Marines falls flat

It’s a shame that this game ended up blowing as much as it did. You know the drill by now: just stay away from this even if you're a fan of the franchise.

Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 'Revolution' DLC sets out to recapture the series' DLC formula

This DLC brings some satisfying new content to Black Ops 2 and gives players another reason to sink even more time into the experience.

Review: After Burner Climax on iOS offers flighty, yet short-lived fun

If you dig aerial combat, you’ll likely get more than a few fun short bursts with this title.

Movie Review: A Good Day to Die Hard, a bad night at the movies

Oh, Bruce Willis, what were you thinking starring in this pile of garbage?

Review - Special Forces: Team X is all about guns and glory

This shooter is simple, satisfying, and sweet, delivering an action-packed experience for FPS fans.


Preview: Big changes coming to Marvel Heroes

The crafting system is getting in overhaul in this Marvel-themed MMO.

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7 studios we'd like to see develop Zelda on the Wii U

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Predicting tomorrow's Nintendo Direct 3DS and Wii U announcements

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And what did we actually get?

Interview with Jon Shafer about Conifer Games’ At the Gates

GameZone chats At the Gates with developer Jon Shafer.

Gaming's 5 best love stories

Here are some of the most notable romances in all of gaming.

Why new League of Legends champion Quinn isn't fighting in a bikini

What’s going on with Quinn? We take a look at the latest character update in League of Legends.

Is Aliens: Colonial Marines’ multiplayer worth a second glance?

Honestly, if you already shelled out the cash for this piece of sh*t, you might as well have some fun with the decent multiplayer.

Week in Mobile: DrawQuest, Redneck Revenge, and lots of Pokémon

We take a look at some of the hottest mobile releases. Also, Pokemanz!

Nintendo titles that should have cross-platform play

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Five games we'd love to see announced for the PlayStation 4

When the PlayStation 4 gets revealed, what titles should absolutely be confirmed for it?

Interview: Serious Sam Double D XXL dev Nathan Fouts talks fire-breathing cats and pancake monsters

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Halo 4: Five problems that 343 can improve in Halo 5

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Yippie-Ki-Yay: The History of Die Hard Video Games

The latest Die Hard movie may be total ass, but the games were pretty good.

5 things we want Sony to announce, but probably won't, regarding the PS4

Welcome to another edition of “The Things We Want from Sony.” Spoiler alert: This will probably end ugly.

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