It’s Sunday, and as the weekend comes to an end, we hope you’ll get some solid gaming done before it’s back to the regular ol’ weekly routine tomorrow. We’ve got a bevy of new reviews for you, so if you want to read up on games like Jet Set Radio, Hell Yeah!, and Borderlands 2, we’ve got you covered. We’ve also got some movie coverage, as well as previews and original content. Check it all out here.
This may not be the best horror flick to come along in recent memory, but it does feature some pleasant surprises.
Nintendo’s pink puffball celebrates 20 years of gaming awesomeness in what can only be called one heck of an anniversary compilation.
Though thoroughly enjoyable, this expansion to the popular life simulator may warrant some gripes from Sims purists.
Ubisoft’s limbless hero delivers a genuinely enjoyable platforming/runner experience on iOS that’s just a sheer joy to play.
Offering up a worthwhile experience tailor made for the mobile platform, this puzzler definitely deserves the attention of iOS gamers.
Some great surprises, a defined attitude, and impressive storytelling plot elements make this cop flick worth watching.
Many thought it wouldn’t happen, but the indie gem La-Mulana has landed on WiiWare, and it delivers a satisfying dose of retro-inspired awesomeness.
If you’re looking for a unique platforming experience on your 3DS, look no further than this eShop download.
Despite some clever writing, this MMO doesn’t manage to offer up enough substantially enjoyable gameplay to keep it going for longer than a week.
Years after its Dreamcast debut, it’s great to see that a classic like Jet Set Radio can still deliver a rewarding experience.
Featuring interactivity between the Kinect and Nat Geo Wild episodes, this Xbox 360 title certainly allows for some fun family interaction.
Sadly, age has not been kind to Tony Hawk. The game, not the actual person, of course.
If you’re looking for something to play with the kiddies, you can’t go wrong with this Kinect title.
Lighthearted and visually pleasing, this iOS time sink is also remarkably enjoyable, and it’s worthy of mobile gamers’ attention.
This worthy sequel to Geabox Software’s 2009 hit manages to reward players with incredible RPG/FPS gameplay and fantastic loot elements. It’s great to be back on Pandora!
If you’re looking for an offbeat yet still highly enjoyable 2D platforming romp, Sega and Arkedo Studio have you covered.
One of the most unique titles to land on the PlayStation Network is also a refreshing and impressive game that’s worthy of your time and attention.
Codemasters brings Formula One racing fans one hell of a fast-paced racer with its latest project.
Save your $15 and buy something else. This fantasy dungeon crawler is hardly worth the trouble.
Team Ninja delivers the most balanced Dead or Alive title to date. Also, there’s a ridiculous amount of jiggle in this game.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis team up in what can best be described as a smart and rich sci-fi flick.
It’s not without a few flaws, but this samurai-themed action-adventure experience is hilarious and entertaining to play.
If you own a Vita and you dig Assassin’s Creed, then by all means feel free and get totally stoked for Liberation. Go on.
The upcoming co-op mode in Assassin’s Creed 3 may not be all that revolutionary, but it’ll likely be a decent addition to the game.
As if you weren’t already excited enough for this upcoming action-adventure romp.
If you’re not already sold on XCOM: Enemy Unknown, the demo may just change your mind.
Some much needed changes make this basketball game one to watch out for if you’re a fan of the sport.
The use of cool GamePad features makes this upcoming platformer a game to keep an eye on if you’re planning on buying the Wii U.
The Wii U Pro Controller is light and comfortable, which makes it an ideal choice for gamers who will purchase Nintendo’s upcoming console.
Fun multiplayer action awaits you in Assassin’s Creed 3.
This could very well be one of the best 3DS titles once it launches on Nintendo’s dual screen handheld.
This sh*t looks crazy creepy, you guys!
What’s going on in Doctor Who? We take a look back at the latest episode.
GameZone gets an inside look at this Red Riding Hood tale set in Japan straight from developer Spicy Horse.
We chat with Ubisoft about the multiplayer modes in Assassin’s Creed 3.
GameZone talks it up with two StarCraft II pros Brendon “Ryze” Walker and Nick “Fuzzy” Degtiarev.
Looking forward to playing Capcom’s Resident Evil 6? Here are 10 things to note about the recent demo.
We take a look at one of the most story-driven elements in video games: cutscenes.
Plan on buying a Wii U? If so, you should definitely be watching out for these games.
Are you a fan of Zombies mode in Call of Duty? What do you want to see from the undead-based component in Black Ops 2?
GameZone talks ‘80s music with Jake Kaufman, music producer for Double Dragon: Neon.
What characters are missing from the roster in Sony’s upcoming crossover fighter?
We get the inside scoop on Axiom eSports straight from its manager Genna Bain.
We take a look at this potentially awesome physics-based game that’s being created by a single dev, Mark Smith.
Does all the talking in Borderlands 2 get in the way of the enjoyment when multiple players are engaged in the game?
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