The weekend is just about over, so let's look back at the biggest stories of the last seven days one last time before hitting the proverbial hay (or if you're homeless like me, the floor — jokes!). We've got reviews, previews, and editorials galore. If you missed anything, you'll find it all right here in one spot.
Ubisoft's big departure delivers in an even bigger way.
It's all over the place a lot of the time, but this superhero flick is still pretty fun.
For $100, you're getting a solid peripheral.
If you're looking for a budget-priced space sim that plays great, here's the game for you.
Sadly, this isn't the next big horror game.
Oh, Spider-Man, when will you get a game that's actually good?
There's a weird fusion of gameplay elements here, but overall, you'll get plenty of great hours of entertainment.
The next chapter in Disney Interactive's toy-and-game series is almost here.
Guns. Robots. What more do you need? A lot, actually.
Though it's still way early in development, there's a solid foundation for this zombie title.
Roguelike mechanics, action gameplay, and chickens. Aw, yeah!
Some steps need to be taken by the Wii U manufacturer to gain acceptance.
What can we expect from the big From Software acquisition?
Like, tater tots falling out of a TV screen schizophrenic.
It's totally okay to want something different.
Questions still need to be addressed as far as Sony's upcoming service is concerned.
Not everyone is good at every game, but that doesn't directly affect the quality of said game.
This revered Genesis classic isn't exactly great these days.
A lack of change isn't always a bad thing for everyone.
Star power, people. Star power.
We look back at some of the most interesting indie games of the past few weeks.
This remake of the Genesis original introduces some welcome new elements and content.
The message conveyed in this indie project is powerful and meaningful, so go play it!
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