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This week’s post is more notable for what’s missing rather than what’s here. The 900 billion pound gorilla of the entertainment world, Grand Theft Auto V, comes out today, and I, like you, am doing my best to come up with an excuse to get out of work, family and  social commitments to spend as much time as possible carjacking pizza delivery guys and propositioning ladies of the night. I’ll get you my thoughts on that game next week after I’ve spent enough time creating mayhem in a fictional Los Angeles and not sleeping to form some coherent thoughts on the game. For now, we’ll talk the family-friendly PS3 platformer Puppeteer, the family-friendly Wii U superhero sim The Wonderful 101 and a ton of home video, including World War Z and the latest seasons of the beloved Homeland and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Reviews by Phil Villarreal. Phil is an authorblogger and Twitterer. Screeners were provided by the publishers for review.

COED Writer
Watches movies and games for work, then watches more movies and plays more games on his downtime. A movie and video game critic since 2001, Phil is the author of Secrets of a Stingy Scoundrel, Stormin' Mormon and Zeta Male. Twitter: @philvillarreal