Last week the talk of the town (actually, the internet … actually, the world) was the Xbox One. We had some pretty awesome content on the site last week, but all of the attention was still mostly on Microsoft's freshly announced console. Well, that's old news now (not really, but listen anyway), so this week we're getting back to basics: vidya games, you guys! Check out all of the latest reviews, previews, and more right here on this edition of the Weekly Wrap-Up.
DK and Diddy are back, this time on the 3DS with an updated remake of Donkey Kong Country Returns. If you're a platforming fan, this one's a must … again.
Some tedious setbacks drag down this otherwise genius indie puzzler.
Missed potential and a steep price tag make this action-platformer a hard sell.
While it isn't for everyone, this piece of Revengeance DLC is still plenty fun. Also, you play as a freakin' robot dog!
Fuse isn't an original third-person shooter by any stretch, which is terribly disappointing considering this is an Insomniac project.
Misidrection accounts for a large part of what CastleStorm is all about.
A charming art style and interesting world-building mechanics make Castle Story a game worth watching out for.
Engaging hacking gameplay and a varied world are just two of the elements that really stand out about Ubisoft's next major IP.
Could Shinji Mikami and the team at Tango Gameworks revitalize the survival horror genre?
How will Microsoft's stance on used games affect the biggest games retailer around?
The Wild West, fighting, and zombies are the three main themes covered in this editon of Week in Mobile.
Step into the world of Resident Evil: Revelations with us, will you? We promise it won't be as bad as Resident Evil 6.
These stellar titles failed to get the attention they deserved, but they should still totally get next-gen sequels.
Let's look at Microsoft's next platform from a different light.
Abbey Games gives us the scoop on Reus, the studio's future, and its previous project Tinytanic.
Step one: fix! Step two: it! Step three: fix it!
Take some time this summer to check out these awesome system launch titles.
Who's on top between Microsoft and Sony according to the GameZone office staff?
GameZone gets the skinny on this intriguing MMO/card game hybrid.
The Xbox One won't be for everyone for different reasons. Here are some of those reasons!
We get some info on the spiritual successor to Eternal Darkness straight from developer Precursor Games.
At the end of the day, PlayStation 3 owners will still be everywhere, and they'll support Gran Turismo 6.
GameZone talks Wolfenstein: The New Order (and Warren Spector) with developer MachineGames.
Tango Gameworks is hoping to bring back a lot of the scary thrills of survival horror games.
What's the word on The Elder Scrolls Online? We get chatty with Zenimax Online about the upcoming MMO.
The dudes behind Earthworm Jim and The Neverhood are making a game? Welp, we're interested.
Here's what the infamous Michael Pachter had to say about the next wave of video games consoles.
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