Edge - Issue 216 - July 2010

Features:

  • The Heat Is On (Need For Speed returns, and this time it's powered by Criterion, the studio behind the illustrious Burnout series)
  • Building The Holodeck (We talk to Trion Worlds about how it's setting about transforming the massively multiplayer gaming space)
  • Battle Stars (The games, the players and their legions of fans. We visit the biggest scene in professional gaming: Korean StarCraft)
  • Social Sciences (What lies ahead for Facebook, the social network site that has become the largest gaming portal in the world?)
  • Public Enemy Number One (A look back at Rockstar's GTAIII concludes our series of articles focusing on the greatest games of the last decade)
  • A Mini Adventure (How Sony's digital delivery system is refreshing the PSP gaming scene)
  • Soul Calibre (The men behind the unrelenting Demon's Souls explain its origins)
  • Spellbound (A look at the ingredients going into the pot of The Witcher 2)
  • Blood On The High Street (The fluctuating fortunes of the best-known name in UK game retail)
  • Moving Up A Gear (We meet Beatnik, an indie dev taking its exploding robots into Move territory)

Including Previews of:

  • El Shaddai: Ascension Of The Metatron (360, PS3)
  • Dead Space 2 (360, PC, PS3)
  • Dead Rising 2 (360, PS3)
  • Medal Of Honor (360, PC, PS3)
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic (PC)
  • Test Drive Unlimited 2 (360, PC, PS3)
  • Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days (360, PS3)
  • Call Of Duty: Black Ops (360, PC, PS3)
  • Ilomilo (360)
  • Blacklight: Tango Down (360, PC, PS3)
  • Slage (PC)
  • Ghost Trick (DS)
  • Okamiden (DS)

Featuring Reviews of:

  • Read Dead Redemption (360, PS3)
  • Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker (PSP)
  • Blur (360, PS3)
  • Prince Of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (360, PC, PS3)
  • Alpha Protocol (360, PC, PS3)
  • Joe Danger (PS3)
  • Modnation Racers (PS3)
  • ChaosRings (iPhone, iPod Touch
  • Trauma Team (Wii)
  • Bit.Trip Runner (Wii)
  • Ivy The Kiwi (DS, Wii)
  • Dodogo (DSi)
  • Rocket Knight (360, PS3)
  • Flipper (DSi)

Date : July 2010

Creator : Future Publishing

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