news\ Jan 1, 2014 at 12:54 am

Weekly Wrap-Up: Farewell to 2013


Depending on what side of the United States (or the world) you're on, it's possibly 2014. Of course, it's still 2013 where I'm at, so we're going with that. Let's take a look at the last few reviews and editorials here on GameZone for the year.


Killzone: Shadow Fall review: through the eyes of a newcomer

The Killzone series goes next-gen. Not exactly in a huge way, but it gets there nonetheless.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (PS4) review: Finally, a game for kids

Because the kiddos deserve a great game, too.

GZ Originals

Destiny’s late 2014 launch is a good thing

Sometimes playing the waiting game is for the best.

Looking at next-gen: The good and bad of VGX

We explore the many reveals of this year's VGX.

5 Characters that deserve a spot in Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS

These character should definitely get a chance to shine in Nintendo's crossover fighter.

Why 2013 was the year of the JRPG

So many great RPGs.

Five popular video games with religious & spiritual meanings and symbolism

Bet you didn't see a lot of the religious undertones in these titles.

Matt Higby Interview: Planetside 2's journey to the PS4

We get insight on this next-gen MMO.

2013 was a good year. Not the best, not a fantastic year. Just good.

Well, 2013 was no 1998.

15 video games that will make 2014 awesome

Here are some games to look forward to in 2014.

#15 - #11

#10 - #6

#5 - #1

Xbox Games with Gold can learn a lot from January's PS Plus offerings

Microsoft, take notes.

The maturity of Clementine in The Walking Dead: Season Two: as told by you

Our little Clementine's growing up so fast.

Up Up Down Down: Bayonetta

What's hot about Bayonetta? Well, aside from the obvious.

How Battlefield 4 won my heart over Call of Duty: Ghosts

A different winner in this war.

The forgotten games of 2013

Ah, these were some great gems that didn't exactly get the most recognition.

Games you may have missed for your holiday break, and where to get them cheap

Yay, affordable games!

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