Friday is here, which means it's time to get ready for the weekend. It's also time to play and read about some video games. Miss anything this week on GameZone? If so, check it out here on our weekly rundown of reviews, previews, and features from the past seven days.
Move it along, folks. Nothing to see here. Just another poor movie/video game tie-in.
This PlayStation 3 exclusive delivers a satisfying multiplayer shooter thrill that's sure to please run-and-gun action gamers.
The latest MMO to hit the scene is also a largely enjoyable entry in the genre, featuring engrossing fast-paced combat that's different from other MMOs.
Dirk the Daring returns … for the billionth time. If you're a nostalgic fan, check this one out. If not, carry on.
Developer Tiny Speck presents an MMO that's unlike any other, relying on charm and quirkiness instead of the usual genre tropes, and properly delivering an enjoyable, offbeat experience.
It's been a long time since we played Diablo II, and now that the third entry in the series has launched, we can honestly say the wait was well worth it.
This tale about a couple of indie devs manages to deliver a compelling story and an emotional journey through the smaller spectrum of the video game industry.
Forget all of those unfunny moments in this film's trailer. The Dictator is a great comedy flick worth watching.
Sadly, this board game-based movie isn't a winner … but we all expected that, right?
The latest episode of Game of Thrones is decent, but it has a few hitches, and given how awesome the show has been so far, those hitches are far too noticeable.
GameZone gets some hands-on time with Sony's upcoming kart racer, and we're pretty excited to see the final product.
Is Activision's upcoming military shooter going to be more of the same? After checking it out for ourselves, we certainly don't think so.
After getting a quick look at the multiplayer in Kratos' upcoming adventure, we're curious to see and learn more about it.
Warfighter has what it takes to be the year's top FPS. It probably won't outsell Black Ops II, but that doesn't mean it won't be better.
With 3D platforming experiences taking a massive backseat to 2D platformers, it's obvious that the genre isn't what it once was in terms of popularity.
How can Nintendo impress the masses at the big video game trade show in Los Angeles?
Can Microsoft take E3 by storm? If so, what does it need to do to make sure gamers are stoked about the foreseeable future?
Will Sony run roughshod at E3? How can the company take the number one spot at the show?
What video game side stories provided some of the greatest experiences?
With so many gamers already losing interesting in the PlayStation Vita, is there any reason to care about the platform? Here are five.
Max Payne 3 is awesome, but it also has a few glaring quirks that we just can't wrap our heads around.
What does the GameZone staff think about Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft going into E3? What company will dominate and why?
Two words: cash marketplace.
What does Ubisoft need to show off to wow the E3 crowd, and what are we most excited/hopeful to see?
Will any of these games ever launch? We honestly don't think so, which sucks because they could be awesome.
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