news\ Dec 22, 2013 at 11:30 pm

Weekly Wrap-Up: The dead walk again


It's Sunday, and that usually means you should be totally stoked about watching The Walking Dead. Sadly, that's not the case right now because, well, mid-season breaks are beacons of unhappiness for fans of the awesome TV show. In any case, this isn't an entirely Walking Dead-less week, because we just recently reviewed the first game in the new season of Walking Dead adventure titles from Telltale Games. We've also got previews and editorials galore, so if you missed anything here on GameZone over the past week, be sure to check it out here on the Weekly Wrap-Up.


The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 1 Review: No holding back

Telltale kicks off a new season of The Walking Dead in a big way.


Dungeon of the Endless Impressions: Defend and conquer

We enter the top-down RPG/tower defense world of this freshly released dungeon crawler.

Kingdoms Rise Preview: Fantasy combat your way

This game's not without flaws, but some deep customization features make the game well worth being excited about.

GZ Originals

Telltale Games Interview: Asking the hard-hitting questions for Season 2 of The Walking Dead

GameZone gets the inside scoop on Telltale's incredible zombie adventure series.

Nintendo's final 2013 Nintendo Direct stays true to their unique form

No one tells Nintendo how to roll.

Week in Mobile: Republique demands more from mobile — and game developers

Developers continue to focus on pushing boundaries on the mobile platform.

No Man's Sky is worth getting excited about

The newness of this upcoming experience from Hello Games is certainly something to be intrigued by and stoked about.

Dr. David's Indie Roundup: Doki-Doki Universe, No Man's Sky, Starbound, and more

We take a look at a few of the latest stories in the indie gaming scene.

The Uncharted series needs to change on PS4

Even this great series is in need of some evolution on Sony's latest platform.

No Man's Sky looks great, but easy on the hype

Here's another school of thought as far as No Man's Sky is concerned.

Up Up Down Down: The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

We take a look at all of the incredible things that make Link's latest adventure such a blast, as well as a few flaws worth pointing out.

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