Amiibos Review

Amiibos With Super Smash Bros. finally released on the Wii U, the Amiibo’s also hit shelves the same day. They definitely do not disappoint. When they were first announced I was very confused over how they were going to get integrated into the game. I have played the previous Smash Bros. titles and this new factor in the franchise was confusing as well as fascinating for me once they finally came out. Link was the first one that I personally picked up from the store since he is a character I use most often. One thing that kind of made me a little skeptical at first was the thirteen dollar price tag but the more you use them, the more they are worth it. Read More

The Legend of Korra Review

The Legend of Korra Review The Legend of Korra is a show that’s a spin-off to the very popular Avatar: The Last Airbender. While not being as popular as the original series itself, it still has quite the fan-base that pushed it to the point of what was originally planned to only be a single season expand into a four season show. Earlier this year, Platinum Games, the company most popular for games such as Madworld, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, and the recently released Bayonetta 2, announced that they were going to be making a game based on The Legend of Korra. Needless to say I was very excited, considering the fact that there has not been a good game that had been released for the Avatar: The Last Airbender series, so this would be the best bet. The fact that it was being made by Platinum really made it interesting, considering they are known for making top-notch action games with fantastic combat. However, due to the fact that Activision is the publisher for the game, it turned out that it had a short development cycle that had to be rushed out to meet a deadline. While the game still does feel like a Platinum game, it’s easy to see that it isn’t their best work.Read More

Fantasy Life Review

Fantasy Life Over the past few years social and casual games have sky-rocketed in popularity. App-based games like Farmville and 3DS games like Animal Crossing and Tomadachi Life have been hugely successful in both sales and critical reviews. So it’s no surprise that developer Level-5’s (creators of Rogue Galaxy, Dragon Quest VIII, and the Professor Layton series) latest outing is a life simulator with light, secondary RPG elements. Is the game as addicting and charming as Animal Crossing? Are the RPG elements shallow or do they have some substance to them? Is the game worth your time and money? Well the short answer to that last question is that it depends on what you personally enjoy in games. The long answer is my following review.Read More

Retro Game Review: Street Fighter

Retro game review of Street Fighter

Executive Producer: Sam Schubert
Producer: Katherine Stull & Bryce Bobula
Editor: Chad Wohlfert
Voice Work: John Kinzel

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Spotlight: UWW Campus Creations

Here at GameZombie.tv, a campus run organization passionate about sharing our views on the gaming scene, we've shown through countless articles and videos how we cover content in many games in many different ways.  But now, GameZombie is proud to announce that we're sharing game content created by both members of the team and the campus-wide environment.Read More

Dragonborn

Dragonborn

By Alec Reilly

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Retro Game Review: Twisted Metal

Retro game review of Twisted Metal

Executive Producer: Sam Schubert
Producer: Katherine Stull & Bryce Bobula
Editor: Chad Wohlfert
Voice Work: Alex Lamb
Music by Alex Lamb

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Banjo-Kazooie~

Banjo-Kazooie

By Anthony Aspenson

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Overwatch

Overwatch 1 Blizzard Entertainment’s wildly popular convention, BlizzCon, has been the most significant event for revealing the company’s premier upcoming projects. Although traditionally these conventions are focused heavily on future content for World of Warcraft, in recent years, Blizzard’s other titles have been sharing the spotlight with their flagship game. But this year, BlizzCon revealed what could be considered one of the company’s biggest announcements since the launch of World of Warcraft.Read More

Assassin’s Creed: Unity Review

Assassins Creed: Unity Assassin’s Creed: Unity is a huge jump forward for the series, and while it didn't completely stick the landing, it has landed us in the next-gen world relatively painlessly. Interestingly, its biggest flaws are in its story, which was the best quality of previous entries in the series. The gameplay, on the other hand, works really well in Unity, though is hard to get used to, whereas in past games the gameplay was the weakest element. Read More