Weekly Wrap-Up: BioShock Infinite all day long!
Have you been playing BioShock Infinite? Of course you are! At the very least, you’ve been hearing about it all over the good ol’ internet. Well, you’re about to hear about it some more because the highlight in this latest edition of GameZone’s Weekly Wrap-Up is Irrational Games' incredible FPS adventure. We’ve also got some more PAX East coverage and much, much more gaming news.
Review: BioShock Infinite is easily the best game of this console generation
If you’re looking for one of the most gripping, satisfying experiences on the current crop of consoles, look no further than BioShock Infinite.
Movie review: G.I. Joe Retaliation hints at greatness, but never gets there
Some cool ideas don’t quite reach their full potential in this mindless action flick.
Review: Some glaring flaws keep Alien Spidy from swinging to great heights
This 2D platform is fun at times, but some grand frustration makes it hard to enjoy all too often.
Peripheral Vision: Rosewill Illuminated Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (RK-9100)
This gaming keyboard will likely be a great fit for most individuals.
Review: Rhythm Destruction attempts to blur the line between rhythm game and shmup
It doesn’t always succeed, but this rhythm shooter provides plenty of entertainment.
Tech review: Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven: for professionals only
Despite a steep price, this gaming headset is a solid peripheral.
Preview: Battlefield 4 reveal stuns with next-gen visuals and explosive gameplay
GameZone gets some hands-on time with EA’s upcoming military shooter at GDC 2013.
Preview: Sanctum 2 aims to deliver more FPS/tower defense action
Some great design choices make this upcoming title a game worth watching out for.
The Final Countdown
The last Defiance beta weekend
PAX East 2013 hangover
Hawken turns in a successful and exciting progress report
Dead Island Riptide might be treading water
Hands-on with Remember Me is dangerously familiar
The rhythm is gonna get you in the music action-adventure game Beatbuddy
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut on Wii U is GamePad-tastic!
Children of Liberty combines stealth with revolutionary paper art
Edge of Space may just consist of everything you love
Mark of the Ninja lead designer on the Special Edition’s new playstyle & more
Quadrilateral Cowboy plays off of my baby hacker childhood
SmashMuck Champions could be the next Monday Night Combat
Dishonored: Knife of Dunwall is all about the Daud
Secret Ponchos dev on combining elements of LoL and Street Fighter into a Spaghetti Western shooter
Legend of Dungeon is a beautiful, must-play indie
Guns of Icarus Online demands your renewed attention with Adventure Mode
Marvel Heroes’ Brevik & Olebe chat up their improved MMO action-RPG
City of Steam is a tiny browser game eager to please
Hands-on with Shovel Knight, an 8-bit love letter
Zombie Tycoon 2 and why you should love the Vita
PAX East from the eyes of the consumer
3 Surprises from PAX East
IndieGameStand is like Teefury for indie games
Level One: Gears of War Judgment
Join us as we enter the latest Gears right from the start.
Dr. David's Indie Spotlight: Interview with Badland dev Frogmind
We chat with the dudes who previously worked on Trials and MotoHeroz about their upcoming project.
Week in Mobile: Nimble Quest, Dungeon Hearts, and PAX East
GameZone checks out the latest and greatest (and in some cases not-so-great) mobile titles.
Bitpicking: Too fast, too long
We take a look at the pacing conundrum seen in video games such as Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.
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