Weekly wrap-up: After hours edition

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Another week in gaming has passed us by, and with that week came some good reviews, previews, and editorials. And despite the fact that it’s after hours, I’ve decided to stay up late anyway and bring you, the GameZone faithful, this week’s wrap-up. Check out the latest movies reviews, hands-on coverage, and opinionated pieces right here. Also, Ni no Kuni!


Review: Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is beautiful, grand and a shining example of a JRPG done right

Splendid gameplay and incredible art make Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch one of the best JRPGs to come along in recent memory.

Review: HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition is one of the best multi-purpose video capturing devices out there

If you’re looking for a device to capture some video of your favorite games, this one’s a great buy.

Review: Forge: A high-fantasy, high-octane combat zone for players of all backgrounds

It’s not exactly 100 percent complete yet, but what’s there is good, making Forge a fun game overall.

Review: Years of creative vision have chiseled The Cave crystal-fine

Double Fine delivers another great adventure and a platformer that just begs to be played.

DmC Devil May Cry Video Review

Intense action and a ton of style make DmC Devil May Cry one hell of a game.

Review: GREE's NFL Shuffle is the best football experience on iOS

If you’re looking for a great mobile football game, this is all you right here.

Review: Roccat Savu is an affordable gaming mouse for customization junkies

It’s not perfect, but its low price point and good functionality make this gaming mouse a worthwhile purchase.

Movie Review: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters eats too much candy

While the characters in this flick may be interesting, there’s more emphasis on the poor plot.

Movie Review: Movie 43 is bad YouTube comedy at the cinema

Seriously, what the f*ck is this sh*t?

Review: Tokyo Crash Mobs is the most extraordinary mediocre game ever

While this isn't necessarily a good game, its bizarre style makes it at least worth checking out. Maybe.


Preview: Dead Space 3 cranks up the action way past 11

GameZone continues to take a closer look at the upcoming Dead Space 3.

Preview: God of War: Ascension Single Player is a monster slaying good time

Kratos’ return is almost upon us, and we can’t wait to dig into this blood-soaked slice-fest.

Preview: Further Hands-On with the Oculus Rift

We look forward to seeing what the final build of the Oculus Rift will offer at launch.

Preview: MLB 13: The Show shows off its new Beginner Mode

It’s almost time to play ball with MLB 13: The Show.

Preview: Path of Exile is a free-to-play Diablo-style RPG to watch out for

If you’re looking for a promising action-RPG, check out the free-to-play Path of Exile, which is currently in open beta.

GZ Originals

Ten franchises we hope to see in Disney Infinity

What series from Disney should make appearances in the upcoming Disney Infinity?

Interview: Talking Marvel Heroes with Gazillion Entertainment

GameZone gets some insight on the Marvel-themed free-to-play MMO straight from the devs.

Nintendo Wii U Direct highlights: System updates, new games, and more!

What's coming up for adopters of Nintendo's Wii U? Quite a bit, actually!

Pros and Cons of a Steambox

What can we look forward to as far as a Steambox is concerned? What should we be dreading?

PSA for the Wii U haters: look at those games we're getting!

So there’s, like, some great stuff coming to the Wii U, you guys!

10 first-party GameCube games we'd love to see in HD

What GameCube favorites deserve an HD remake akin to Wind Waker?

Week in Mobile: Pantheon the Legends, Bumpin’ Uglies, and Ghostbusters

GameZone takes a look at the latest mobile titles to hit the scene including Bumpin’ Uglies and Pantheon the Legends.

Why Vigil and the Darksiders franchise deserved better

Both Vigil Games and its Darksiders franchise are stellar parts of the gaming industry. It would be a shame to see them both dissolve.

What did this week mean for Nintendo and for gamers?

Nintendo made some big announcements. What does it mean for fans of the Wii U and 3DS?

The five biggest no-brainers in gaming

It would be cool if some of this stuff happened. Will video game companies just get to it already?

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