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Edge - Issue 224 - February 2011

Features:

  • The Science Of Usability (How specialists are working to ensure that today's games are tested to previously unexplored extremes)
  • Winning Streak (Arc System Works reveals the passion that has fueled the creation of some of the world's finest fighting games)
  • Modern Warfare (Combat has evolved, and a new breed of first-person shooter is preparing to take to the battlefield of 2011)
  • A Call To Arms (Inside the motion-control revolution that has captured a new audience and rewritten the rules of development)
  • The Making Of... (The Last Express. Jordan Mechner's often-overlooked masterpiece of mystery on board the Orient Express)
  • The Road Ahead (The challenges and opportunities for the game industry in 2011)
  • Ready, Set, Go (How Microsoft Research taught Xbox 360 to play like a human)
  • A Man And His Code (One-man outfit Radiangames on Xbox Live Indie ambitions)
  • Cabinet Makers (Talking coin-ops with the men behind Darius Burst: Another Chronicle)
  • Dungeon Seized (How Obsidian Entertainment is taking control of Dungeon Siege)

Including Previews of:

  • Total War: Shogun 2 (PC)
  • Dungeon Siege III (360, PC, PS3)
  • Marvel Vs Capcom 2 (360, PS3)
  • Swarm (360, PS3)
  • Diablo III (MAC, PC)
  • Spyparty (TBA)
  • Putty Squad (iPhone, PSP, PS3)
  • Dr Kawashima's Body & Brain Exercises (360)
  • Seiso Koki Strania (360)
  • Lego Star Wars III (360, PS3, Wii)
  • Mush (Windows Phone 7)
  • Confetti Carnival (360, PC, PS3)

Featuring Reviews of:

  • LittleBigPlanet 2 (PS3)
  • Dead Space 2 (360, PS3)
  • Infinity Blade (iPhone)
  • Nail'd (360, PC, PS3)
  • Gray Matter (360, PC)
  • Echochrome II (PS3)
  • Under Siege (PS3)
  • Ni No Kuni: Shikkoku No Madoushi (DS)
  • 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors (DS)
  • Eat Them (PS3)
  • Ghost Trick (DS)
  • Lilt Line (iPhone, Wii)

Publication Date : February 2011



Creator : Future Publishing

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