GameZone revisits a classic crossover fighter. Need some old school fighting goodness?
While Nintendo may be creating a unique gaming experience with the Wii U GamePad, does the device, which has one player engaged on a separate screen from everyone else, remove that player from the core experience that everyone else is enjoying?
Hey, developers, don't promise a variety of multiple endings if said endings aren't going to be different enough from one another to be substantially worthwhile.
Let's face it, mainstream journalism isn't all that concerned about video games. So it should come as no surprise that Microsoft's press conference was so weak in the department we as gamers cared about: the games!
GameZone talks to two of the developers behind the upcoming Dead or Alive 5.
Is id Software's Doom 3 a title that people want in HD? Is it a game that people still care to play, now with amped up visuals? Simply put, is Doom 3 a thing we need?
Oftentimes, characters in video games feel as if they're gliding as opposed to walking or running. This results in a feeling of detachment from the game world, and it's certainly a gripe-worthy experience.
What are five of the toughest Trophies to snag on the PlayStation 3? Have you earned these already?
GameZone takes a stab at what the future holds for online gaming on the PC.
Our own Lance Liebl has officially been a part of this wonderful industry for just over a year. What has he discovered about its ins and outs in that time?
Going to Comic-Con? Check out these tips.
We chat with Peter Tyson about his book and get some new insight on Dwarf Fortress.
Remember the Super Mario Bros. movie? Yeah, a lot of folks are still trying to forget. By the way, someone should totally make an actual good Mario movie.
The upcoming Tomb Raider reboot will push Lara Croft to painful depths we didn't think we would see coming from developers. How far will Lara's torturous adventure go?
Campy, cheesey, over-the-top. Not every game needs to be serious and realistic.
GameZone takes a close look at the element of difficulty in games.
Survival horror games seem to be light on both survival and horror these days, but that's just the beginning of their problems. Here are 10 things that the genre needs to feature in order to provide a successfully chilling experience.
We revisit the timeless dungeon crawler and urge you to give it a play over this hot summer season.
Now that Nintendo and Namco Bandai are teaming up for the upcoming Smash Bros. game, we can only imagine the possibilities.
A few of the GameZone dudes look back in agony at the games that disappointed them most. Agree? Disagree?
After Zen Studios' successful use of the Marvel brand for its pinball series of games, what other franchises can the studio turn into hits?
There's a difference between being challenged greatly and being brutally terrorized. Dragon's Dogma, you son of a …
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E3 is long over, and we now shift our focus on new content here on GameZone. Sure, we'll still give you some previews we scored at the big games trade show in LA a couple of weeks ago, but we're also getting back into our old groove, delivering reviews and editorials galore. If you missed anything over the past week and want to do some good ol' game reading on this fine Sunday, check out links to all of the latest posts right here.
While we can't say that this strategy title is buggy or broken, we can definitely attest to the fact that it's a boring mess that just isn't any fun to play. Oh yeah, and as for the Kinect stuff, well, yeah, that stuff is pretty broken.
Not only does this RPG end the Arland trilogy on the PlayStation 3, but it also does it on a high note, delivering a satisfying experience that's simplistic but great.
Yes, this game may be a based on a Disney-Pixar film, but even despite the fact that it's intended for the kiddies, Brave: The Video Game is still an enjoyable action-adventure romp.
While not perfect for any means, this free-to-play hack-and-slash MMO is still a lot of fun and features enjoyable pick-up-and-play action.
Zen Studios delivers yet another excellent Marvel-themed game of pinball.
Enjoyable puzzle platforming gameplay and a ton of charm make this indie gem a truly worthwhile experience.
For links to our original editorial content, as well as some new strategy guides, check out page two of the wrap-up!