news\ Apr 28, 2014 at 7:06 am

Weekly Wrap-Up: Yup, Dark Souls 2 on PC is damn gorgeous


Odd thought of the day: I'm not comfortable with the fact that the dude who played Mini Me was also in Harry Potter. Seriously, that guy sucks. Anyway, video games! Let's take a look back at the previous week in gaming, because that'll help me forget about the Mini Me thing. Hopefully. If you missed the latest reviews and previews, you'll find everything right here in one convenient location.


Dark Souls 2 PC Review: Smooth & Silky

This is the definitive version of From Software's iconic death-heavy sequel.

Dustforce PSN Review: Proof that video games can even make cleaning fun

The console version of this indie gem is just as awesome now as its original PC counterpart.

Ragnarok Odyssey ACE Review: More of the same, but essential to newcomers

The asking price may be a bit steep, but you're still bound to get some solid RPG gaming, especially if you never played the original release.

War of the Vikings Review: Go Forth and Die

If you stick with this game, you'll find a largely enjoyable experience buried deep within.

King Oddball PS4 Review: Weird and addicting

Angry Birds comparisons notwithstanding, there's still a raucous good time to be had here.

Turtle Beach Ear Force XO Seven Gaming Headset Review: Premium, indeed

A solid headset geared toward giving Xbox One fans a great audio experience.


ArcheAge preview: Ambition that tosses everything we know about MMOs out the door

The feelings of wonder and awe are strong with this MMO.

Lords of the Fallen Preview: Man defeats god and a new action RPG is born

If you're a fan of this style of game, you have plenty to be excited about.

SoulCalibur Lost Swords Preview: Mixing familiar with mobile gaming

There's some promise here, but a few things may keep even the biggest Soulcalibur fans from being completely satisfied with this latest entry.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Preview: Learn the origins of the Akatsuki

Naruto fans, prepare for more action and an interesting storyline.

GRID Autosport Preview: Codemasters' 'kind of but not really' driving simulator franchise is back in a big way

Could this be the biggest Grid game yet?

Rise of Incarnates preview: Pit the world’s mythological hybrids against each other in a 2v2 arena

We take a look at this upcoming arena-based title.

Enemy Front Updated Preview: The release is near, and I'm worried

If the performance and AI issues aren't sorted out, this military FPS could falter.

Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn Preview: Relive the Universal Century timeline

It's time for more big, robot-y craziness.

Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day (Short Peace) preview: An interpretation of beauty

We take a brief look at this intriguing project.

Watch Dogs ctOS App Preview: Bring some hacking action into the real world

GameZone hacks into the companion app for Watch Dogs.

Watch Dogs Multiplayer Preview: It's Dark Souls meets Assassin's Creed

What's the skinny on the multiplayer component for Ubisoft's upcoming game?

Watch Dogs Single Player Preview: Chicago is for hackers

We run down some of the elements in Watch Dogs.

Dance the night away with Crypt of the Necrodancer

Dancing, death, and more dancing.

What's black and white and red all over? Aztez.

Action meets strategy in this upcoming indie title.

Dr. David's Indie Spotlight: Imagine Me Early Access impressions

Imagine Me still has a ways to go, but so far, it's on the right track, even if the alpha is quite rough.

GZ Originals

It's a great time to be a Vita owner, and an even better time to become one

My, how things have changed!

Elder Scrolls Online Log #2: Reflecting on the game’s beginning

Elder Scrolls Online Log #2 Supplement: Withdrawals from the PAX showfloor

The latest on Bethesda's recent entry into the MMO space.

Understanding Net Neutrality and what it means to gamers

Sometimes, it's not all fun and games.

Up Up Down Down: Fez

There's no doubt about it: Fez is one of the best games ever.

Mario Golf (N64): Does It Hold Up?

The Nintendo 64 golf title starring Mario and pals is still a real treat.

Dr. David's Indie Roundup: Binding of Isaac, Paperbound, What Now?, and more

A local multiplayer game, some updates, a PlayStation 4 title, and a unique take on anxiety are among the biggest stories in the indie scene.

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