news\ May 11, 2013 at 2:00 am

Weekly Wrap-Up: What's mine is mine, fool!


The weekend is here and it's time to let loose with some vidya games. If you're interested in knowing what you should be playing, you'll find all the latest reviews and previews right here. Oh, there's also some stuff you should avoid, so be sure to look out for that.


Review: Lego City Undercover Serves Up Adequate Justice On the Nintendo 3DS

It may not be as good as its Wii U counterpart, but this Lego adventure is still a fun portable title.

Peripheral Vision: Steelseries Sensei

Just look at all those sexy computer mouse close-ups!

Review: Star Trek is all mass with no effect

Just read the title of this review. Could you possibly even expect a good game?

Review: Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut is still so bad it's good

The cult classic returns, this time giving PlayStation 3 owners the chance to experience its absurd tale.

Roccat Kave headset feels good on the head and better on the ears

If you're looking for astounding sound quality, you may want to give this headset a go.

Review: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance - Jetstream DLC is disappointingly shallow

Sam deserved so much better than this.

Review: NeoGeo X has nostalgia galore, but also severe technical limitations

This isn't the ultimate choice for retro NeoGeo fans.

Review: Sword of the Stars: The Pit is fun, but plays by the rules a little too much

While The Pit in no way breaks new ground for the roguelike genre, it's still fun and addictive.

Review: Mars: War Logs almost emulates a big budget RPG set on the red planet

This game is cheesy and low-budget, but it's also $20 and pretty entertaining.

Review: Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine pulls off a damn fine heist

Monaco takes the heist business to new heights and provides some remarkably memorable moments.

Impressions: Rayman Legends Challenges App is frantic, addictive fun

If you own a Wii U and like Rayman, check out this free app without hesitation.


Preview: Deadpool Breaks the fourth wall, and the third, and...

The Merc with a Mouth is prepping for his upcoming video game, and we couldn't be more excited.

The Final Countdown: Sanctum 2

The follow-up to Coffee Stain Studios' delightful FPS/tower defense hybrid is on its way. Here's our final stop before the game's launch.

GZ Originals

Week in Mobile: Haunted Hollow, Dark Avenger, and Yoda Chronicles

Looking for fun games about monsters and Star Wars to play on your mobile device? Let's face it, of course you are.

GZ Roundtable: Are you excited for Call of Duty: Ghosts?

The next Call of Duty is on its way. What's the verdict across the GameZone office?

Level One: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

We hack and slash our way through the first areas of Raiden's quest.

Bitpicking: Time is bittersweet

Are short games necessary? Yes, probably. Still, sometimes they're too damn short.

The Sims 4 nightmare scenario

Is the next Sims destined to flounder at the hands of EA and Maxis?

Wolfenstein: The New Order has one of the most effective trailers I've ever seen

GameZone takes an in-depth look at the trailer for the next Wolfenstein.

Dr. David's Indie Spotlight: Interview with Rex Rocket developer Robert Maher

We chat it up with the developer behind the Mega Man-inspired Rex Rocket.

Want to talk about indie games, Kirby, or cheap pizza? Follow me on Twitter @dr_davidsanchez.

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