I’m going to be completely honest here: I was pretty skeptical when I walked into the El Capitan Theatre in LA to...
Wii Video Game Previews
It feels like we've been waiting forever for the arrival of Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. Over the past few...
We go hands-on with Merida as she battles enemies with sword, bow and arrow, and elements.
GameZone spends a good 40 minutes playing Vblank's upcoming 8-bit open world crime game
Get ready for more levels, more attacks, more Giants, and best of all, more Skylanders.
The Skylanders are back. And boy, have they gotten bigger
We do whatever a Spider can by trying out Activision’s latest web-slinger adventure
Epic Mickey returns and this time with Oswald as a playable character
Batman’s back for more blocky action – and some Super Friends are joining the fun.
Go web, GO!!! This game will have your spidey senses tingling
Xenoblade Chronicles gives Wii owners a reason to be excited next year
Mario brings 3DS to life, Zelda disappoints
The Cabela's franchise has been an enigmatic constant in the game industry for years now. Someone is buying them, but it certainly isn't the informed
The Need For Speed series has varied over the years, between exciting arcade action (Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit), a closer approach to simulation (N
I think most gamers were surprised that Mario and Sonic's first major interaction was destined to take place in an Olympic brand title, yet it seems
Traveler’s Tales and LEGO are no strangers to transforming familiar universes into giant block representations. They've broken apart Star Wars, Har
Jimmie Johnson is a man known for his racing skills, but when he's not behind the wheel of his NASCAR machine, he’s also a man who enjoys a good ol
When the first Conduit came out in 2009, High Voltage Games pitched the title as the Wii’s perfect version of first-person gaming. They were going
Surprise kids! Rango, the movie starring Johnny Depp's voice as a CG chameleon, has a tie-in game of the same name. Of course, the first thing that c
Last week, Namco Bandai held their first annual Ignite event, an opportunity for the Japanese giant to announce brand new titles for the North Americ