It's been a good week for gaming. We've got some new releases, and thus we've written up some major reviews. If you missed anything, though, you'll be glad to know that all of the week's latest content is right here for your reading and viewing pleasure. Check it all out in this week's wrap-up!
The low-budget cult film Manos: The Hands of Fate may not have been all that great, but the iOS game of the same name most certainly is.
Don't let its awesome trailer fool you. This comedy flick isn't all that funny, and it's definitely not that good.
This gorgeous downloadable title offers such compelling beat 'em up gameplay that you'll find yourself returning to it over and over again.
A few visual quirks notwithstanding, this downloadable rhythm shmup is a must-play for gamers who want to put their music collection to the test.
Though it may be a bit derivative of open world crime games like the GTA series, Sleeping Dogs is still one hell of a ride.
Darksiders II expands on the great gameplay of its predecessor and delivers yet another incredible fantasy action-adventure experience.
Great visuals, puzzles, and humor make this latest PC adventure game a must-play for fans of the genre.
Without a doubt, this action comedy flick blows its predecessor away and presents a great experience for moviegoers.
An engaging level of challenge and addictive rhythm shooter gameplay make Retro/Grade a must for PlayStation 3 owners.
The upcoming Dead Space 3 looks to provide exactly the type of experience that fans have come to know and love over the years.
This MMO may be coming from a small studio, but it has a lot of potential to be a big hit for fans of the genre.
EA Sports is putting some great care into its upcoming game of footie for Nintendo's next home console, and it all starts with this version's exclusive features.
Want more Mass Effect 3? If so, definitely watch out for this DLC expansion.
Battlefield 3 fans are going to want to get in on its upcoming add-on content as it looks to add a great deal of fun to the overall package.
Are Nintendo fans getting a football game to call their own? We take a look at the Wii U version of Madden NFL 13.
We revisit a great 16-bit shmup as the summer season continues and invite you to check out this retro title for yourself.
We get the inside scoop on Super Amazing Wagon Adventure straight from the developer.
Because games need to be in good working order when they launch, damn it!
GameZone discusses the good and the bad in the recent Black Ops 2 trailer.
Because gamers can dream, too, ya know.
GameZone gets the skinny on the upcoming mobile title from some the folks behind Guitar Hero and Tony Hawk.
We run down the list of brawlers in Tecmo Koei and Team Ninja's upcoming 3D fighter.
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