Happy Friday the 13th, GameZone readers! Here we are at the end of the week, and it's time for our weekly wrap-up. We really hope you're enjoying the site redesign. We know we are. If you missed anything throughout the week, be sure to scope it all out here.
It may have some hitches, but All Zombies Must Die! is a fun downloadable shoot 'em up with plenty of charm and enjoyable gameplay to really make it worthwhile. Check out GameZone's review of the game, and see if this zombie fest is for you.
The awesome indie gem VVVVVV gets a remake on the 3DS, and it's pretty fantastic. Be sure to read our review on this stellar puzzle platformer, brought to you by GameZone's own Robert Workman.
Yeah, this game didn't turn out to be very good. Read all about how AMY went from being a potentially awesome survival horror game to a lackluster endeavor all the way through. GameZone's Matt Liebl reviews AMY.
GameZone's Stephanie Carmichael presents 15 of the most potentially impressive titles of 2012 as we look ahead at the year's biggest releases.
We revisit the chilling world of Twisted Metal: Black, a PlayStation 2 classic and one of the most important games in the car combat genre.
GameZone takes a look at the future of handhelds in 2012 and gives you a list of 10 games to watch out for this year, whether you're gaming on Nintendo's dual screen handheld or Sony's upcoming portable.
You like glitches? Sometimes? Well, check out these sweet bugs in Saints Row: The Third. It's so weird when glitches are cool!
How well do you know the female characters in the games you play? No, really. How well do you know them?
We take a deep look at the world of make-up and special effects in video games. Because it's not all restricted to just Hollywood.
What will it take for us to really love the next Guitar Hero game? GameZone presents five things we desperately want to see in the next Guitar Hero installment.
GameZone's Lance Liebl dives into the Contraband Facebook game … before leaving after 10 minutes.
What can you do during the gaming dry spell? How about hitting that backlog or playing some indie games? GameZone's Joe Donato gives you a list of things you can do while you wait for new games to launch.
What can Nintendo do to really make the Wii U appealing when it launches later this year? GameZone's David Sanchez gives his thoughts.
After the stellar Sonic Generations, where do Sega and Sonic Team take the blue blur next? Can Sonic successfully be placed in a new 3D platforming world? Or is this hedgehog destined to remain a 2D wonder?
We roll up a classic katamari in the PlayStation 2 hit, We Love Katamari. Hey, we have to keep busy while we wait for Touch My Katamari on the Vita, right?