After Four Years, an Industry Scourge Loses His Edge

One of the unhappiest stories I've ever followed has come to a proper conclusion. When Tim Langdell got a great video game removed from the iTunes store because its title was Edge, I went ballistic. In hindsight, that was rash. But piece by piece, over the past four years his bogus, parasitic operation has been… » 4/20/13 12:00pm 4/20/13 12:00pm

iOS' EDGE Comes to PC and Mac on Aug. 11, with Free DLC

EDGE, the critically acclaimed iOS game from 2009 (which also kicked off the eventual downfall of Tim Langdell's all-encompassing claim to "Edge" as a trademark), is now coming to PC and Mac via Steam. The game will be available Aug. 11. » 7/29/11 10:00pm 7/29/11 10:00pm

The Total Defeat of the Man Who Said He Owned the Word 'Edge'

We've given Tim Langdell a wide berth (like, for nearly two years) rather than assault you with incremental developments in the legal proceedings involving his ridiculous, all-encompassing trademark claims to the word "Edge." But we'll check in now, as a court ruling in the U.K. affirms what many have long suspected: His … » 6/17/11 6:40pm 6/17/11 6:40pm

Tim Langdell Defends Self in Open Letter to Mobigame

Tim Langdell's released a lengthy statement - including e-mails between himself and Mobigame - presenting his version of events in his efforts to protect the trademark "Edge," and defending himself against the portrayal of his actions by the gaming press. » 8/11/09 1:00pm 8/11/09 1:00pm

Anti-Langdell Email Raises Ire of IGDA [Update]

IGDA members yesterday received an email, purportedly from an IGDA address, asking them to vote on removing Tim Langdell from the association's board. Today, the organization denied any official connection and said it was investigating. » 8/05/09 10:00pm 8/05/09 10:00pm