news\ Mar 17, 2014 at 5:11 am

Weekly Wrap-Up: Guns and robots


It's the calm following the storm. Titanfall and Dark Souls 2 have launched, which means many people are either really, really stoked or really, really pissed. Whatever the case may be, we've got reviews, a review in progress, previews, and all-new editorials. If you missed anything over the course of the last week, you'll find it all here on the Weekly Wrap-Up. So dig into some tasty gaming content.


Dark Souls 2 Review in Progress: The act of becoming hollow becomes all too real

Not quite a full review, but we let you know what our thoughts on Dark Souls 2 are thus far.

The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Episode 2 'A House Divided' Review

This is one of the best chapters in Telltale's take on The Walking Dead yet.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster Review: Praise be to Yevon

Here's one hell of a remake and a recommended experience for longtime fans and curious newcomers alike.

Yoshi's New Island Review: I want my baby back

Mario's green dino buddy is back in a new, totally rewarding platforming romp.

Titanfall Review: A solid introduction into what will be a long-running franchise

No, this may not be the most amazing FPS of all time like so many had hoped, but it's still damn good.

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition Review: Lost in the shadows

It's not exactly worth being completely excited about, but if you're in need of a twin-stick shooter fix on the PlayStation 4, it'll do.

Hearthstone Review: Heroes of Digital Cardboard

This card game does a fine job of providing a specific type of experience for a specific audience.

WildStar Previews

We jump into the world of this promising MMO.

WildStar PvP Battlegrounds: Walatiki Temple gameplay

WildStar PvP: Warplots gameplay video

WildStar: Housing gameplay video and breakdown

GZ Originals

Interview: Counterplay Games' Keith Lee unveils competitive tactics game Duelyst

We get a close look at Duelyst straight from the source.

What Tretton’s departure means for Sony and the PS4

The SCEA boss is gone, so what's going to happen within Sony as a result?

At $5-6 a game, is PlayStation Now worth it for you?

Pricing goes a long way when it comes to how we get our games.

Week in Mobile: Glorkian Warrior writes a punchy love letter to classic alien shooters

So many references. So much lightheardedness. So much awesomeness!

Why I prefer physical copies of games

Remember how cool huge game collections used to be?

Should you pre-order Elder Scrolls Online?

Here are some things to consider if you're looking to jump into Bethesda's upcoming MMO.

How the console version of Gone Home could be better than the original

The upcoming port of this highly acclaimed adventure game could surpass its original version.

Up Up Down Down: Dyad

There are some interesting ideas here, even if the execution of this light tunnel-based experience isn't without flaws.

The Best Game Ever ... of the Week: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

We look back at one of Link's most unique quests.

GameStop really, really wants your new consoles because you’re still buying them

People really want those new consoles.

Dr. David's Indie Roundup: Costume Quest 2, Nom Nom Galaxy, TowerFall, and more

Some reputable devs are doing interesting things right now with a batch of new and upcoming titles that look absolutely exciting.

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