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Edge - Issue 169 - December 2006

Features

  • Mass Production (Can Bioware reclaim serious science-fiction for videogames with its elaborate 360-only space opera, Mass Effect?)
  • Playing God (The team behind Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time returns with the stelly ambitions of Assassin's Creed)
  • A Hinter's Tale (We all read them, but who write them? We put some frequently asked questions to videogames' leading FAQers)
  • The Legend Of Link (Once the greatest game series ever, always the greatest? An exclusive hands-on with the real Twilight Princess)
  • Time Extend: Serious Sam (Easy to dismiss, but harder to resist, does Croteam's defiantly loony FPS hold the keys to the heart of its genre?)
  • Eastern Promises (sony starts the PS3 countdown at the Tokyo Game Show)
  • Premium Package Holiday (Microsoft unveils the core of its gaming vision at its Barcelona event)
  • Capital Games (Is London the idea home for a celebration of videogame culture)
  • Life After WOW (The man who lead us into a new world unveils his new studio)
  • They Love Their MTV (Guitar heroes Harmonix explain their acquisition by the music channel)
  • Oh My God! (South Park claims its first gaming casualty in World Of WarCraft)
  • Incoming (This month's announcements, updates and upsets, neatly digested)

Including Previews of:

  • Lair (PS3)
  • Devil May Cry 4 (PS3)
  • World Of Warcraft: Burning Crusade (Mac, PC)
  • Resistance: Fall Of Man (PS3)
  • Alan Wake (360, PC)
  • Star Trek: Legacy (360, PC)
  • Thrillville (PC, PS2, Xbox)
  • Ridge Racer 7 (PS3)
  • Dead Or Alive Xtreme 2  (360)
  • The Sopranos (PS2)
  • Phantasy Star Universe (360, PC, PS2)
  • Need For Speed Carbon (360, GC, PC, PS2, PS3, PSP, Xbox, Wii)

Featuring Reviews of:

  • Okami (PS2)
  • Canis Canem Edit (PS2)
  • Splinter Cell: Double Agent (360, GC, PC, PS2, Xbox, Wii)
  • Killzone: Liberation (PSP)
  • Scarface (PC, PS2, Xbox)
  • Mage Knight Apocalypse (PC)
  • Destroy All Humans 2 (PS2, Xbox)
  • Battlefield 2142 (PC)
  • God Hand (PS2)
  • Sam & Man: Culture Shock (PC)
  • Rule Of Roses (PS2)
  • Dragon Quest Heroes (DS)
  • Project Sylpheed (360)

Publication Date : December 2006



Creator : Future Publishing

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH45160. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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