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While its heart is in the right place, this title doesn't hit all the right notes.
The indie gem lands on the Wii U in what is arguably the version to play.
This sequel is fun, challenging, and full of charm, and it's a great 3DS download.
Its style may be pretty rad, but this puzzler is hardly worth getting excited over.
Just stick to Tokyo Jungle on your PlayStation 3 instead.
This fun Castlevania-influenced title walks a fine line between tough and rewarding.
This peripheral may be a bit pricey, but hey, at least it's great.
Dynasty Warriors returns with the best entry in the series thus far.
This underwater platformer boasts some cool music and a great art style.
It's time for another heist, and this one looks quite robust and much more engaging than the previous one.
A major change is coming to the dungeon crawler formula.
GameZone chats it up with the folks behind Megatokyo.
It's good to know that some games can still surprise players.
It's that time of the year again. San Diego Comic-Con, baby!
New Kickstarter projects, trailers, and PlayStation Network promotions round out this week's indie news.
GameZone talks Champs: Battlegrounds.
What can developers do to address the annoying subject of quick-time events?
What's the verdict on Steam's huge summer sale?
This week, we take a look at a few winners that you should definitely check out on your mobile device
The old school brawler is as strong as ever.
We get the skinny on this upcoming RPG right from the developer.
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