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Weekly Wrap-Up: Don't forget your raincoat


The month of October is upon us, and for a lot of people, that means it's the perfect time to watch horror flicks and play scary games. Of course, there are countless other games that you should be aware of and playing (and in some cases, avoiding). This time on the Weekly Wrap-Up, we're kicking off October with our 31 Games of Halloween feature, as well as the latest reviews and previews.


Rain review: A captivating piece of art that flows with emotion

This incredible PlayStation 3 titles makes for a truly captivating and emotional experience.

Arma 3 Review: The incomplete product

It's a total shame when things aren't finis ...

Franchise Hockey Manager 2014 review: Thank goodness Hockey is back

Go watch hockey instead.

Super Sanctum TD review: Tower defense's best-kept secret

If you're a fan of tower defense games, this one's undoubtedly a must-play.

Takedown: Red Sabre Review: Taken Down

It's not exactly a traditional shooter, but then again, it's not exactly a good shooter, either.

Shadow Warrior review: The blood... OH THE BLOOD!

Want some pleasant FPS action in your life? Give this one a go.


League of Legends Champion Preview: Jinx, the Loose Cannon

We take a look at the latest League of Legends champion.

Dark Souls 2 Japanese Beta: Insight into the lore and new gameplay mechanics

Let's take a look at the upcoming Dark Souls 2, shall we?

GZ Originals

I'm pretty sure I will never finish The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD

Not everyone gets through every Zelda game, ya know.

Kickstarter Interview: Comic ConQuest: Rise of the Hoarder will have you step in the role you’ve always fantasized about

GameZone gets chatty with the makers of this upcoming RPG.

Riot Games’ eSports press conference: League of Legends is of the people, by the people, for the people

Here's a rundown of Riot's eSports conference for you LoL lovers.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf QR codes, getting some Halloween spirit

Halloween cheer has spread to the world of Animal Crossing: New Leaf.

Week in Mobile: Almightree rethinks ‘easy’ block-pushing games with ‘plantsportation’

The world's falling apart in this block puzzler, and it's up to you to help keep it together.

Grand Theft Auto 5 is great for gamers and the industry, whether you play it or not

Whether you want to admit it or not, Rockstar's latest is a grand endeavor.

The Steam Controller's greatest advantage is unfamiliarity

Sometimes not knowing is part of the fun ... and the success.

Dr. David's Indie Spotlight: Not on Steam Sale

Not every great sale is relegated to Steam, ya know.

The Fast Food Connoisseur – PS4 5 Buck Box from Taco Bell

Taco Bell and the PlayStation 4: a match made in heaven?

Should you buy GTA V or Saints Row IV?

Which open world crime game is more suited to your tastes?

GameZone's 31 Games of Halloween

We spent the first week of October celebrating Halloween by checking out everything from slasher games to monster movie titles. Oh, and of course, zombies.

Lone Survivor

Resident Evil



Luigi's Mansion

Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee

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