The last Friday of July has sneaked up on us, and we’ve got a bunch of new content up on GameZone for your reading and viewing pleasure. Whether you’re looking for the latest reviews, trying to check out some previews of upcoming games, or just need a handy video guide to get you through a game, we’ve got you covered with the latest writing and video posts right here in our weekly wrap-up.
Angry Birds comparisons notwithstanding, this Xbox Live Arcade title is rife with fun destructive gameplay that gives you a reason to power on that Kinect once again.
It’s not without some minor flaws, but this samurai flick offers an intense dark atmosphere and impressive sword battles.
The third entry in Penny Arcade’s RPG series gets a new coat of paint, and it delivers some slick RPG gameplay and awesome humor courtesy of Zeboyd Games.
This isn’t the next big sci-fi flick, but it’s still a fun movie to check out regardless.
Improving upon its predecessor in practically every aspect, this RTS is a worthwhile play for any fans of the genre. And at $40, it’s definitely a good value.
It may not exactly be worthy of the title Game of the Year, but at $30, you’re getting a hell of a lot of enjoyable zombie-killing action.
Need a good gaming mouse? Scratch that. Need an impressively great gaming mouse? Look no further.
GameZone checks out the upcoming remake of Capcom’s beloved fantasy action-adventure title starring the sun goddess Amaterasu.
Are airships and huge guns your thing? Looking for some steampunk action to enjoy on your PC? Guns of Icarus may be for you. Check out our full preview of the game’s beta.
If you're a fan of the Capcom/Marvel crossover series of fighters, then you'll have to keep the upcoming Origins on your radar.
GameZone revisits the classic NES title starring the Dark Knight. Challenging? Yes. Awesome? Hell yes!
We chat with Jeremy Snead, the president and creative director behind Video Games: The Movie, an upcoming documentary on our favorite medium.
We look ahead at the launch titles in store for the release of Nintendo’s upcoming platform.
Even bad video game movies have stuff that make them at least slightly worthwhile. Slightly.
GameZone talks Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad with project director Travis Riffle. Check out this exclusive interview and get the full scoop on the upcoming racer.
We get the inside scoop on Orcs Must Die! 2.
GameZone takes a look at one of the most inspiring elements in video games, atmosphere.
Does Nintendo need to hurry up and announce launch and pricing details for the Wii U? Is keeping such info under wraps hurting the company’s chances of launching a successful platform?
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