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Weekly Wrap-Up: Why so scared, Luigi?


It’s that time again. No, I’m not talking about Wrestlemania. Well, that is kind of a big deal for a lot of folks (including yours truly), but right now what I’m talking about is GameZone’s Weekly Wrap-Up, where we take a look back at the hottest reviews and previews of the week. So let’s get to it!


Review: EA finds its swing with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14

Looks like it’s another impressive outing for EA’s long-running golf sim.

Review: LEGO City Undercover has all the right pieces

This Lego adventure is a total blast and brings an authentic and entertaining experience to the Wii U.

Review: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon is spooky, lovable and exudes charm

Mario’s younger brother once again proves that he can be the star of a stellar adventure.

Review: Dead Or Alive 5 Plus leaves a jiggly impact on the PS Vita

Solid fighting (and not-so-solid female body parts) come to Sony’s handheld.

Review: BattleBlock Theater is a wonderful production everyone should experience

Developer The Behemoth proves that it isn’t a one-trick pony with this successful post-Castle Crashers endeavor.

Review: Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge is a sleeker, bloodier style of ninja

Ryu Hayabusa returns to Ninja Gaiden 3 (one more time) in this Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 rendition of Razor’s Edge.

Review: Army of Two The Devil's Cartel is enjoyable, but treads familiar ground

It’s not exactly a surprising shooter, but the latest Army of Two certainly does the trick.

Movie Review: Evil Dead is a bloody mess

It’s not perfect, but this horror flick will provide some nice pacing and intense gore for fans.

Review: Terraria successfully brings its delightful sandbox gameplay to consoles

The 2D sandbox gem hits consoles and delivers a truly addictive experience.

Peripheral Vision: KBtalKing Multipurpose Mechanical Keyboard

This keyboard could definitely be better, but it’s still not worth writing off entirely.


Preview: Injustice: Gods Among Us’ puts up a hell of a fight

We get an in-depth look at the upcoming DC-themed fighter.

Hands-on: Fuse is lit by cool characters and impressive weaponry

Insomniac’s upcoming shooter is looking pretty damn good so far, thanks in part to some awesome weapons and an interesting cast.

Preview: Lego Marvel Super Heroes

Marvel’s heroes are getting the Lego treatment, and we’re pretty excited about how this project is going thus far.

Preview: GRiD 2 combines high speed racing and gorgeous visuals

This racer is both pretty to look and a total speedster on the track.

OUYA: The initial impressions

GameZone gives you the skinny on the Ouya. What’s the verdict so far?

GZ Originals

Level One: The Walking Dead Survival Instinct

Oh, this game ...

Whats new? Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U big game releases for April 2013

What do you have to look forward to in the world of gaming?

Defiance Progress Report: Stepping into the shoes of an Ark Hunter

Our thoughts on the Ark Hunter class in Defiance.

Dr. David's Indie Roundup: Shovel Knight, Hotline Miami 2, Transistor, and more

GameZone talks indie games and looks at some of the biggest stories as of late.

Are video games like BioShock Infinite the ‘Trojan Horse’ of future media?

How far can video games push boundaries?

Five moments that took us by surprise at GDC

We reminisce about the nice surprises at this year’s GDC.

Looking back at the legacy of LucasArts

Farewell to LucasArts. You shall be missed.

Retrospective of the Evil Dead Franchise

GameZone takes a look back at this long-running horror franchise.

Week in Mobile: Battle Dungeon: Risen, The Other Brothers, and Slayin

Dungeon crawlers, platformers, and hack-and-slash titles are among the mobile games that are worth downloading.

Don't Kill Me Bro! The highs and lows of player characters' deaths

GameZone tackles the death of player characters in video games.

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