Weekly Wrap-Up: Kingdom Hearts Week
Hey, week, where did you go? Seriously, did the past few days go by rather quickly for the rest of you? In any case, a lot's been going on in the magical land of GameZone. Naturally, we don't blame you if you missed any of it, what with your hectic schedule and all. If you're interested in catching up on the latest happenings on the site, you'll find all of the latest reviews, previews, and editorials right here.
Peripheral Vision: Steelseries Siberia V2 HeadSet
This peripheral is pretty amazing. You should get one!
Outlast Review: The disclaimer should have been 'May give you a heart attack'
This is very easily one of the scariest games of the year, if not the absolute scariest.
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F Review: The rhythm game idol finally comes to North America
About damn time this wacky Japanese rhythm game made it over here.
Review: EarthBound returns to prove why it's one of the greatest RPGs of all time
The SNES cult classic holds up immensely and proves to be a wonderful RPG romp.
Turtle Beach Z SEVEN review: The features... my god the features...
Seriously, the features!
Mionix Avior 8200 review: Southpaw or not, this gaming mouse proves that sometimes simple is better
You don't always need the most extravagant peripherals.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX Review: Same great experience with a brand-new look
Relive the magic once more with this stellar compilation.
Review: Killzone: Mercenary is a great shooter that just happens to be a handheld miracle
See? The Vita can turn out awesome triple-A experiences!
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs Review: You’ll squeal in brand new ways
It's not as thrilling as its predecessor, but it's still really good.
Review: Sweet Fuse is roller-coaster romance that’s light on commitment
Hey, look! It's Keiji Inafune!
Lost Planet 3 Review: The planet isn't lost, but immersive gameplay has been
Untapped potential makes this latest snowy shooter from Capcom an experience that's not as great as it could've been.
ROCCAT Kone Pure Optical Review: The ultimate comfort gaming mouse
Comfort is important, too, and this mouse knows it. Well, not really, because objects can't think, but you get the idea.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Review: Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes
Who would've thought that this MMO from Square Enix would actually deliver a memorable adventure?
NHL 14 Review: More hits, more fights, more retro
This isn't a hockey revolution, but it sure as hell is a load of fun.
Girl Fight Exclusive Hands-On: Flashy moves and no dudes
This upcoming fighter isn't really competing with the big names, but it's still pretty fun.
Preview: Huntsman: The Orphanage is one tick away from insanity
Be afraid. This upcoming title has the potential to drive you insane with paranoia.
Dragon's Prophet lets your alliance rule an island with new Frontier System
Dragons, you're always so fun to have around in video games.
Kingdom Hearts Week on GameZone
We celebrated the launch of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX in a big way. Check out all of our exclusive original content from Kingdom Hearts Week on GameZone.
Why I should be playing Kingdom Hearts
Top 5 Kingdom Hearts worlds that filled us with nostalgia
My 'Dearly Beloved' letter to the Kingdom Hearts franchise
Everything we know about Kingdom Hearts 3 and then some
Top 10 worlds we want to see in Kingdom Hearts 3
I Bought a PS2 Just for Kingdom Hearts
Why Kingdom Hearts III means more to me than Final Fantasy XV
Week in Mobile: Holocaust game 'Imagination Is the Only Escape' reminds us what’s wrong with Nazi zombies
This game makes you realize that Nazis were actually a thing — a totally messed up thing.
Dr. David's Indie Spotlight: MouseCraft has blocks, cheese, and a weird cat
Fun puzzle-platforming makes this game entertaining, but it's that mad cat scientist that takes the spotlight.
Up Up Down Down: Project X Zone
This crossover RPG is a true 3DS gem, though it's not without a few flaws.
Let's play some Outlast: Office Edition
Watch as Outlast scares the hell out of the GameZone staff.
Dr. David's Indie Roundup: Amnesia, Outlast, Pavilion, and River City Ransom
What does the world of indie games have in store for the future? And what should you be playing now?
Week in Mobile: RymdResa is a poetic, nonviolent space game and ‘art project’
This game is about so much more than just typical action gameplay standards.
Is Steam's Family Sharing program good for the industry?
Of course it is!
Sony's re-focusing on the PS Vita has convinced me to give it another chance
It's time. It's time.
Console Wars make me feel uncomfortable
This is where someone would utter the phrase, "Can't we all just get all along?" The answer to that question, by the way, is "No."
Five fixes that would have made The Bureau: XCOM Declassified brilliant
We can always dream, can't we?
Up Up Down Down: Crackdown
Before you were jumping to great heights in Saints Row 4, there was Crackdown.
The issue with having too many good games to play
Oh, you didn't know? There actually is such a thing as too many good games.
Fates Forever interview: The first MOBA to jump from PC to tablet
The MOBA. No longer restricted just to PCs.
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