Sometimes there’s absolutely nothing enjoyable about boss battles in games. What gives?!
GameZone chats it up with Sundance DiGiovanni at the MLG Fall Championships.
With its gripping story and characters, this cult classic is better off staying away from a big budget.
Too many issues kept EA’s military shooter from succeeding while Activision’s FPS took fans by storm once more.
GameZone's very serious list of top 50 Wii games
GameZone takes a look at some of the best Wii games ever developed.
Smash Bros. clone arguments notwithstanding, Sony’s fighter definitely deserves a chance to shine.
We look back at Microsoft’s venture into video game consoles with the original Xbox and Halo.
GameZone talks to Christa Carter about her book Schooled.
GameZone gets some insight on Red vs. Blue after talking to Rooster Teeth’s Matt Hullum.
Need a little help with your holiday shopping? GameZone has you covered with everything from games to books and more.
The Wii U is off to a hot start, and like any console, it has its pros and its cons.
What were we thankful for this Thanksgiving? A lot, actually.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 map strategies
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What’s the point of making decisions in games if they’re not going to have an impactful effect?
Scott Campbell shares his thoughts on turning great film moments into art pieces in his new book.
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Thanksgiving has come and gone, but you know you’re still viciously slamming yourself face first into a pile of mashed potatoes or concocting a sandwich made up entirely of delicious leftovers. Well, that’s the case with this edition of GameZone’s weekly wrap-up. We’ve got load of content ranging from reviews to editorials, and it’s enough to leave you feeling satisfied. We’re covering two weeks of gaming goodness here, so be prepared to feel stuffed.
Oh, Thundercats, why did you have to be so bad? Seriously, even the level of nostalgia was lacking in this beat ‘em up.
This compilation of 31 classic arcade titles will bestow unforgiving gameplay upon everyone who dares touch it.
James Bond’s latest adventure is fast-paced and action-packed, and it may be his best outing yet.
What happens as The Walking Dead delves deeper into Rick’s slowly deteriorating mind?
Black Ops 2 delivers yet another incredible military FPS experience, right down to its addictive multiplayer and meaningful campaign.
We’ve already seen kart racers like this before, but that doesn’t mean this one’s a complete bore. F1 Race Stars is an unoriginal yet entertaining racer.
If you’ve been following either Angry Birds or Star Wars, you should probably check out this mobile title.
Atlus delivers one hell of a Persona game and gives fans of the genre and the series something to really enjoy wholeheartedly.
The latest Pokemon releases may not exactly be groundbreaking, but they’re still as enjoyable as the series has ever been.
3DS-owning Transformers fans are in store for a satisfying and rewarding beat ‘em up romp.
This tactical RPG for PSP is an awesome adventure that’s totally memorable, even if it isn’t all that challenging.
Mario is back in paper form and provides a truly wonderful 3DS experience.
The latest Sonic racer isn’t just a love letter to the Sega brand — it’s also a love letter to fans of kart racers everywhere.
Stick to the console version of Black Ops 2, because this military FPS on the Vita is an absolute mess.
With its charming art style and clever puzzles, this Vita title is certainly worth playing.
Its somewhat hefty $15 price tag notwithstanding, this 3DS app is great for fans of the tiny pocket-sized critters.
Smashing a cockroach is probably more fun than playing this weak hunting game.
Though there’s some genuine entertainment to be had with Mickey and Oswald’s colorful romp, it still has a few glaring weaknesses.
This expansion to The Sims 3 is a wholesome experience for fans of the series looking for a bit of festive cheer.
Sony’s crossover fighter is a highly entertaining fighting game experience worth checking out.
Wii U owners get a delightfully frightening game with ZombiU. It’s great to see a return to form for survival horror.
This may be the least annoying movie in the Twilight series, but that doesn’t mean it’s any good.
We’re treated to one of the most exciting episodes of The Walking Dead yet.
This is a prime example of both a console pack-in and a mini-game collection done right. Cheers to Nintendo Land for being way cooler than Wii Sports.
Mario makes his HD debut in prime fashion, delivering a great 2D platforming romp appropriate for Wii U owners.
Lord of the Rings fans, here’s your stellar Lego game. Enjoy it for all of its awesomeness.
Agent 47 is back in one of the most memorable entries in the Hitman franchise to date.
This Sony-branded fighter is just as fun on the Vita as it is on the PlayStation 3.
If you’re looking for a great holiday flick, Rise of the Guardians delivers the goods.
Great characters and awesome action make this film a fun watch for moviegoers.
This movie may not be all that memorable, but it’s certainly a visual treat.
This puzzle platformer is amazingly lovely to look at. It’s just not very fun to play.
It may get a bit monotonous, but this Wii U launch title is still worth checking out.
If you’re a Transformers Prime fan, the recent Wii adaptation may be for you. Just expect a lot of Wiimote waggle.