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Edge - Issue 179 - September 2007

Features:

  • Heavy Rein (A game version of a film version of Beowulf, but can gaming do justice to Grendel and the mother of all poems?)
  • Primal Scourge (The Finest firstperson adventuring meets the Nintendo Wii Remote. We explore Metroid Prime 3: Corruption)
  • Brave Nuclear World (Fallout 3 brings us all the fun of the radioactive apocalypse, with mutants, Vault Boy and a fine line in storytelling)
  • Finishing The Fight (After the multiplayer beta and the AFRs, we finally get stuck in to the game's singleplayer campaign)
  • Speed Freaks (Scream if you want to go faster: the art of speedrunning makes a mockery of the design and pacing of games)
  • The Return Of E3 (How the new-look gaming expo played out in Stana Monica)
  • Rallying Call (Sega Racing Studio's Guy Wilday on the challenge of reinventing a classic)
  • Pocket Pillows (We talk about the state of mobile gaming with developer Capybara)
  • Conventional Thinking (How the year's biggest consumer game show in Leipzig is shaping up)
  • Heated Debate (Microsoft acts to address hot 360s suffering from the 'ring of death')

Including Previews of:

  • Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (PS3)
  • The Orange Box (360, PC, PS3)
  • Clive Barker's Jericho (360, PS3)
  • Tekken 6 (PS3)
  • Folklore (PS3)
  • Lair (PS3)
  • Prototype (TBC)
  • Eye Of Judgement (PS3)
  • Left 4 Dead (360, PC)
  • Forever Blue (Wii)
  • Burnout Paradise (360, PS3)
  • Rock Band (360, PS3)
  • The Simpsons Game (360, PS3)
  • Heavenly Sword (PS3)
  • Mercenaries 2 (360, PC, PS3)
  • White Gold (360, PC)
  • The Precursors (360, PC)

Featuring Reviews of:

  • The Legend Of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (DS)
  • Blue Dragon (360)
  • Transformers: The Game (360, PC, PS2, PS3, Wii)
  • Odin Sphere (PS2)
  • Ouendan 2 (DS)
  • Monster Madness (360, PC)
  • Exit 2 (PSP)
  • Hour Of Victory (360)
  • Tenchu Z (360)
  • Calling All Cars (PS3)
  • Graw 2 (PC)
  • Anno 1701 (DS)
  • More Brain Training (DS)

Publication Date : September 2007



Creator : Future Publishing

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH45362. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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