Weekly Warp-Up: July is Too Hot Edition

No, that’s not a typo. Welcome to the Weekly Warp-Up, your weekly wrap-up of the biggest and the best articles posted at Warp Zoned this week…

The temperature is rising, but we’ve got lots of cool games to talk about this week on the Warp Zoned Weekly Warp-Up.

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The Warp Zoned Podcast goes weekly with episode 13! Mike Gutierrez, Nicole Kline, Ryan Littlefield, and Adam Woolcott tackle some of the most important news, starting with what they’ve been playing, moving on to the big regime change at Sony, and ending with Nintendo’s folly with Operation Rainfall. They keep the tangents to a minimum, focusing mostly on ridiculous peripheries for the Wii.

We also dug back through the last five years of gaming and found Five Games That Deserve Another Look. Trust me, you’ll thank us.

Hit the jump for the rest of the Weekly Warp-Up.

The Week in Reviews…

The Week in New Games…

Amazing Paperboy Delivers…

  • Bungie bids farewell to the Halo franchise.
  • See why BioShock Infinite won so many E3 awards by viewing the “Behind Closed Doors” E3 demo.
  • Bethesda announced Dishonored, a futuristic FPS full of assassins.
  • Sony is jumping on the online pass bandwagon as Resistance 3 will require something called the PSN Pass.
  • The Wii U will include support for 3DTVs, just don’t expect a lot of 3D content from Nintendo.
  • The latest Catherine is still giving us nightmares and a demo will be available next week.
  • Activision plans to reveal the next James Bond game at Comic-Con.
  • The Uncharted movie has a new director… and a storyline that no longer has a place for Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro.
  • Capcom is celebrating Resident Evil‘s 15th anniversary in style in Japan.
  • Square Enix has revealed Theatrhythm Final Fantasy , a Final Fantasy rhythm game, for the 3DS in Japan.

It’s a Secret to Everybody…

  • Even though it hasn’t been announced yet, rumor has it manufacturing for the PlayStation 4 has already begun.
  • Harmonix is likely working on more than Dance Central 2 as the developer filed a trademark applicartion for Vidrhythm.

And Finally…
The all-seeing, all-knowing Michael Pachter has declared Duke Nukem Forever a flop. Way to stay on top of things Pach.

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John Scalzo is Warp Zoned's Editor-In-Chief and resident retro gaming expert. You can follow him on Twitter or email him at john AT warpzoned DOT com.

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