I know, I know. It took me a while to get the weekly wrap-up posted here on GameZone. But what could you expect? It was IndieCade 2012 weekend, and I love me some indie games, so I was pretty busy talking to some devs, buying cool merch, and beholding the very presence of people like Phil Fish and Anna Anthropy. In any case, here’s a Sunday night edition of the wrap-up recapping all of the latest content on GameZone. If you missed any reviews or previews, you’ll find them all here.
You know what you should do? Not watch Hotel Transylvania, that’s what. Save your cash or watch ParaNorman instead.
It may not exactly offer anything revolutionary or remarkably fresh, but this soccer title delivers an outstanding formula that works impressively.
A pox on this title for soiling the blessed name of Fire Pro! A pox I say!
A lot of people were expecting Capcom’s latest round of zombie blasting to blow. A lot of people were right.
Ridiculously challenging and ludicrously frustrating puzzles make this latest investigation an acquired taste at best.
If you were a fan of this escapade starring the blue blur back when the game first launched, chances are this HD remake will bring back fond memories.
If you want to play a basketball game, you’ve really only got one option. Thankfully, that option is an all-around solid experience.
Featuring a ton of accessibility and some neat extras, this HD remake of a Saturn classic shines through and through.
Addictive, engaging, and captivating — this game’s spirit proves that simplicity can often be infused into the utmost incredible of games.
Taken 2 review (Movies)
It may not be very smart – in fact, it’s quite stupid – but this follow-up to Taken can still provide plenty of enjoyment for the appropriate audience.
Tim Burton’s latest is hardly all that exciting, but it’s rife with enough of the filmmaker’s personality to make it worthwhile.
If you’ve had your doubts about this Devil May Cry reboot, worry not, for it seems that what we’re getting is potentially one hell of a ride.
Whether you’re a longtime fan or a newcomer, this worm-exploding fest looks to deliver a satisfying and comical experience.
Platinum Games’ upcoming project may be different from what we expect out of Kojima Productions' famed IP, but it already seems to be a stellar action ride from start to finish.
If you’re a DCUO fan looking for more content, that’s exactly what you’re getting, and it’s all pretty damn entertaining.
This upcoming military shooter’s single-player mode will likely be a distraction at best. Here’s hoping the multiplayer is a blast.
Though this beta left a bit to be desired, it’s certainly on the right path to providing an entertaining experience for fans of mech shooters.
If you’re looking for some more Lord of the Rings goodness with solid storytelling and wondrous atmosphere, Riders of Rohan will likely be for you.
What brawlers are missing from the current roster in Sony’s upcoming fighter?
We recap and discuss the latest Doctor Who adventure.
Is Sony’s line of handhelds doomed while Nintendo continues to remain strong in the portable space?
GameZone scopes out an awesome online multiplayer title.
Borderlands 2 is the sh*t, but it’s not without a few flaws. What could Gearbox have done differently?
GameZone talks vidya games with Playboy’s Miss October.
We revisit the insanely awesome Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island.
The free-to-play space is quickly becoming home to some truly stellar projects. Here are just a few examples.
On behalf of everyone ever, we would like to give a big middle finger to sh*tty camera design. You’re welcome.
Yeah, this game isn’t that great … or all that good. We're going to play something else now, actually.
Hoping to play Borderlands 2 as Zer0? Check out our class guide for this character.
We get chatty with Gage “Sasquatch” DuBose, the latest StarCraft II pro player to move up the ranks in CompLexity.
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