After a very successful Comic-Con experience, GameZone has returned to its usual format for this edition of our weekly wrap-up. Don’t worry, though, because we’ve still got some delicious Comic-Con leftovers for ya! Check out the latest gaming and movie content right here.
The latest entry in the Ice Age series lacks clever writing and feels so uninspired that it’s hardly worth watching even if you’re a fan of the previous films.
If you’re looking for a magnificent rhythm gaming experience on your 3DS, don’t miss out on this one. Theatrhythm, ya got some competition!
This combination of sights and sounds delivers one hell of an experience. Throw in some wonderfully clever gameplay, and you’ve got an offbeat game like no other.
Frogger returns, and it combines everything people loved about previous games while adding some impressive new gameplay elements.
It may not be very memorable, but this Olympics-themed sports game still provides some fun moments.
Looking for one hell of an addictive tower defense game to play on your iPhone? Look no further, because that game has arrived.
It may be missing the awesome split-screen multiplayer mode that made the original so much, but this HD remake of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is still a ton of fun.
Want some on-rails zombie action that will put those Move controllers to good use? Here ya go!
While it doesn’t reach the ambitious level of psychological horror design that it could have, Anna is still a worthwhile experience that will give you plenty of scares.
The finale of the Dark Knight trilogy is everything you could want in a film intended to end a masterful legend.
Three words: Bald Matt Damon.
We get a close look at the upcoming flight-based MMO, World of Warplanes.
If you’re a fan of The Hobbit, this film may be exactly what you’re looking for in a movie.
This movie has got Quentin Tarantino all over it, which is to say it’s worthy of your excitement.
Is this shooter more MMO or more FPS?
If you haven’t heard of Pacific Rim, well, now you have. Watch out for it.
The upcoming take on Superman is interesting and could very well provide an enjoyable movie experience for fans of the comic book hero.
Marvel outdoes itself at Comic-Con and gives its fans a reason to give a damn about Iron Man 3.
GameZone plays the first few levels of this promising 2D puzzle platformer.
If you’re looking for a potentially awesome strategy game, watch out for this one on August 10.
Some folks seem to be unaware of exactly what this promising upcoming console is intended to do.
Despite the skepticism, Nintendo’s successor to the Wii has a lot of potential to be great.
There are probably (read: definitely) more than five, but we don’t have that kind of time.
We talk indie games, PlayStation Move, Johann Sebastian Joust, and much, much more with indie game designer Douglas Wilson.
Should the next Battlefield title really be a sequel to last year's military shooter?
Music is a major driving force behind so many games, so it goes without saying that it’s utterly disappointing when we get repetitive looping and uninteresting themes in our games.
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