GameZone fans, San Diego Comic-Con is here, and with it comes a bunch of awesome content for plenty of upcoming games. Because why should we relegate any specific convention to one specific aspect of geek culture? Check out our Comic-Con coverage right here, as well as the usual round of new reviews and editorials.
We get another look at NetherRealm’s upcoming DC-themed fighter, and we’re pretty impressed by what we see.
GameZone checks out the newest 3DS model, and after spending some time with it, we have to say it’s a major step up from the original design.
Castlevania fans may soon have a must-buy 3DS title on their hands with this one.
The cast of Family Guy heads to video game consoles, and we get a close look at the upcoming title.
Seriously, when is this coming out? Because we want it, like, now.
We jump into 343's upcoming sci-fi FPS.
This upcoming sci-fi action film has a lot of promise, and after getting the scoop on it at Comic-Con, we think it could be one hell of a ride.
What else is there to do in San Diego during Comic-Con? A lot, actually.
GameZone looks back at the first day of the major comics and entertainment event.
GameZone catches a glimpse at the upcoming remake of Total Recall.
The Kinect gets a new downloadable offering, and this one is actually pretty enjoyable. If you’re looking for something to play on Microsoft’s motion gaming device, check out Mini Ninjas Adventures.
Capcom’s courtroom series hits the big screen, and it does so in major fashion, delivering an experience that’s sure to gain a major cult following.
Don’t let this action thriller’s questionable ending(s) deter you from watching it. Savages is a great movie worth the price of admission.
College football hits consoles once again, and it manages to provide an awesome experience for fans of the sport.
If you’re an MMA fan and are looking for a more simplistic, arcade-like experience, Onslaught has exactly what you’re looking for. It’s no heavyweight champ, but it’s still a lot of fun.
Telltale’s take on the popular Walking Dead series continues to offer rewarding adventure gameplay.
If you’re a fan of quirky video game humor (or The Room), do yourself a favor and add this DVD to your collection, you basturrs.
It’s old school, it’s fun, and it’s a dollar. What more do you want from this retro throwback?
GameZone revisits some games that could have been awesome … if they would have actually launched.
What games from Square Enix do we want to see get new life? Here are a few picks.
We analyze Square Enix’s steal-action title.
Games with guns. We like ‘em! Which shooters have left the best impression thus far?
What does the future hold for one of the most successful video game franchises in recent memory?
We discuss the intriguing OUYA console. Will it be a hit?
Some awesome weapons and items should just stay in video games.
Save systems in video games don’t need to be a pain in the ass. And yet, more often than we’d like, they are exactly that.
We chat with Jay Pavlina about the upcoming NES-inspired Super Retro Squad.
With mobile devices offering quick and accessible experiences, are gaming handhelds in trouble?
As long as developers are patching Trophies into their games …
Just give poor Max a break already! Hasn’t he been through enough?
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