Weekly Wrap-Up: What possessions would you want if you were stuck on a zombie island?
Ah, another week in gaming has come to a close. That can only mean one thing: It's time to look back on said weak and talk about all of the things that were awesome about it, as well as the stuff that sucked. If you missed any of our reviews, previews, or Originals here on GameZone, you'll find them all on this edition of the Weekly Wrap-Up.
Review: Dishonored: Knife of Dunwall adds even more variety to a recipe that works
You want more Dishonored, you say? Well, that's exactly what you're getting, and it's pretty damn impressive.
Review: Dead Island: Riptide brings little innovation, yet loads of satisfaction
Okay, so more of the same for Dead Island may not work as well as it does for Dishonored, but this game is still fun.
Review: Surgeon Simulator 2013 is 100 CCs of pure entertaining carnage
Who says surgery should be all work and no play? Okay, doctors might say that, but what do they know?
Review: Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams is a splendid fairytale fantasy
Giana rises from obscurity in what can only be described as a must-play platformer.
Review: Papo & Yo successfully takes its sad tale about child abuse to PC
The former PlayStation 3 exclusive brings its moving story to Steam.
Peripheral Vision: Steelseries 9HD Mousepad
This high quality mouse pad will leave you impressed and satisfied.
Review: Halo 4 'Castle Map Pack' favors simplicity over flair and it works
Looking for some straight forward, no-nonsense Halo 4 maps? The Castle Map Pack has you covered.
Review: Music of the Spheres locks away heavenly beauty in math
This game could've really been so much more.
Review: Prepare to be eaten alive by Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen
It's pricey, but if you're willing to invest more money on Dragon's Dogma, you'll get some plentiful content.
Review: God Mode's limitations keep it grounded in mortality
Too many setbacks keep this downloadable multiplayer shooter from surpassing average levels of quality.
Preview: Soul Sacrifice suggests it might be time to buy a Vita
This may be the reason to purchase Sony's current handheld platform.
We got a taste of the future of VR gaming with the Oculus Rift
What will this device have to offer gaming? It's too early to tell for sure, but it's certainly exciting to think about.
Dr. David's Indie Spotlight: DLC Quest is an important piece of video game satire
If you need to laugh at the current state of the industry, play this game.
Where the heck is the Star Trek review?
It's coming! We swear! Hey, don't look at us!
Opinion: Stop asking for less boobs, start asking for stronger women
It's time we showed a true appreciation for the female characters that matter.
How the heck did Denard Robinson win the cover vote for NCAA Football 14?
Don't you dare play the injury card!
Week in Mobile: Badland, Deep Sea Deli, and Blendoku
This week we look at three mobile titles you should definitely check out, one of which comes from the dudes who worked on Trials and MotoHeroz.
Is this Nordic Games' time to shine?
This publisher managed to pick up some solid brands. Let's see where it takes 'em.
Opinion: How can Nintendo turn around its Wii U Virtual Console service?
Here's hoping the Wii U Virtual Console service can give us some solid reasons to care about its lineup.
Five games that need to work with the Oculus Rift
Seriously, this would be too rad.
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