Mortal Kombat 10 is in development and will be released alongside next film adaptation
Final Fantasy XIV: Realm Reborn, Trials Fusion, Beyond: Two Souls, more added to PS Store
Tales of Zestiria, Tales of Xillia 2 US release announced by Namco Bandai
Hyper Light Drifter Hands-On Preview: Like Playing a Dream
The PAXpocalypse List: The Best of PAX East 2014
Daily Scoop: April 18, 2014 – South Jersey Geek Fest
Tales of Hearts R will be released for Vita in North America this year
First PS4 trailer of MLB 14: The Show slides home
Your TitanFall is ready to be the best-selling game of March 2014
Next-Generation Sales Update: PS4 at 7 million sold versus Xbox One at 5 million shipped
Author: Warp Zoned Staff
PAX East 2014 was a different type of show than in years past. Some big publishers, such as Nintendo, skipped the show completely, while others, like Microsoft, only brought a handful of unreleased games. This shift in the show floor allowed the indies to take center stage, and the majority of our PAX East 2014 PAXpocalypse List reflects this year’s status quo. But that’s not to say the big publishers skipped PAX East 2014 altogether. Towering displays from 2K, Bethesda, and Ubisoft dominated the exhibition hall map, and we definitely had some fun with a few games that will demand your time during this Summer and Fall.
So if we were cut off from the outside and trapped within the walls of PAX East 2014, which games would we return to over and over again? Well… (more…)
April is finally upon us, and with it, hopefully some better weather! But that doesn’t matter for the Warp Zoned crew – that is, unless we’re playing our handhelds outside. It’s also nearly time for PAX East, which has us pretty excited! Read on to find out what else we’re looking forward to now that Spring has sprung. (more…)
We were busy little gamers in March here at Warp Zoned. We spent plenty of time in South Park, used lots of amazing new powers in InFamous: Second Son, got ready for our Titan in TitanFall, and even snuck around a bit in Thief. We also dipped into some of our favorite older games as well, keeping ourselves – and our thumbs – busy as always. Read on to see the complete list of everything we played this last month! (more…)
Welcome to the world premiere of Warp Zoned’s “Continue Countdown.” In each 30-minute episode, the Warp Zoned staff will discuss nine news stories from the week that was.
Get your quarters ready because in this episode Editor-In-Chief John Scalzo, Senior Editor Nicole Kline, and Staff Writer Mike Ryan talk about Sony’s “Project Morpheus” headset, the movie adaptation of The Last of Us, DriveClub’s delay, our expectations for Alien: Isolation, Gone Home’s console port, the epicness quotient of Angry Birds Epic, South Park: The Stick of Truth and the future of the licensed game, used games at Walmart, and our suggestions for the Official Scrabble Dictionary.
Based on the long-standing truth that games based on already established properties are usually second-rate, and the fact that the development cycle was troublesome at best, It would be forgivable to assume that South Park: The Stick of Truth would release as a write off. A whole host of problems should have held back the release of this RPG; however, The Stick of Truth is surprisingly fantastic in almost every way. (more…)
Can we have four minutes of your time? In less than 300 seconds, the staff of Warp Zoned will deliver all the important video game news you need to know to be an informed gamer as well as recap our recent reviews and interviews. It’s all available in our first Monthly Recap and if you’re at all interested in Super Smash Bros. 4, Mortal Kombat 10, or TitanFall, you should give it a watch.
The Warp Zoned Monthly Recap is created by Andrew Rainnie’s Rain Fire Films.
There are so many amazing games coming out in March that our heads are ready to explode! Dark Souls II, InFamous: Second Son, Shovel Knight, South Park: The Stick of Truth, TitanFall, TowerFall Ascension… the insane list goes on and on. I hope you’ve got time, money, and plenty of food in the house, because if you’re like us, you’re not going to leave the house much these next four weeks.
Read on to see what’s going to keep us glued to our gaming devices in March! (more…)
We were all over the place in February here at Warp Zoned! We played everything from the very old to the very new, and we had a blast doing it. There was a little overlap, but not much – we were either working our way through a backlog or celebrating video games that have been lauded. Read on to see all of the amazing games the Warp Zoned staff played in February! (more…)