It's time for a weekend edition of GameZone's weekly wrap-up. Miss any of our reviews, previews, or original written pieces? Check out anything and everything right here. Then get back to that much-needed weekend gaming!
Ys: The Oath in Felghana lands on Steam, and it's a fun, worthwhile action RPG experience for fans of the series and genre enthusiasts alike. Check out the full review by GameZone's Stephanie Carmichael.
The brand new fighter Skullgirls has launched, and it is a true must-play fighter and one of the most enjoyable entries in the genre to come along. GameZone's Andrew Clouther reviews this fresh 2D fighting game.
Though it isn't perfect, World Gone Sour is an enjoyable platforming romp. Check out why this game is surprisingly sweet in our review, written by GameZone's Tatiana Morris.
One of the last Wii games to grace Nintendo's shiny console is also one of the best JRPGs released in recent memory. Get the scoop on Monolith Soft's sprawling epic in our review.
The latest episode of Game of Thrones, "The Night Lands", is a definite must-watch. Check out GameZone's review by Eric Zipper.
Our PAX East coverage continues! Check out some previews, hands-on articles, and impressions right here!
If you own a PlayStation 3 or Vita, what titles should you be watching out for? GameZone's Alex Osborn gives you a list of potentially awesome titles for Sony's home and handheld platforms.
Achievements and Trophies aren't everything, and oftentimes, certain games deliver a memorable experience outside of these intangible rewards.
GameZone's Tate Steinlage chats with Activision's Dan Amrich about his book Critical Path: How to Review Videogames for a Living. Check out the exclusive interview right here.
The argument of games as art has frequented many conversations. We take a look at this much-visited debate and offer yet another stance on it.
We revisit a revered Genesis classic only to find out that it hasn't withstood the test of time. GameZone's David Sanchez takes a look back at Strider.
We take a look at Penny Arcade's Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3 and get some insight on the game courtesy of developer Zeboyd Games' Bill Stiernberg.
Ever think of gaming while in a huge moving trailer as just a fantasy? Think again.
GameZone's Matt Liebl interviews the face of Lollipop Chainsaw, Jessica Nigri … and we're all very jealous of him.
Industry icon Suda51 talks about his current project and goes into details regarding what fans can expect from the game when it launches later this year.
We get a sit-down interview with the lead designer behind Spec Ops: The Line. Get the full scoop right here.