British TV writer and presenter (and former games journo) Charlie Brooker, being interviewed in the latest issue of Edge, nails boss fights. Just...nails them.
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…
The Razer Edge is a gaming tablet. That much you know. But here's the thing: It's so well made—and has such a complete notion of what it is and what it wants to do—that it might not just be "the gaming tablet," but the single best Windows 8 convertible we've seen.
Call them snooty if you must, but I think Edge magazine has consistently been the most mature, well-written and well-respected video game magazine on the planet for nearly twenty years.
People have a hard time talking on the internet about crying. Crying is a vulnerable enough act on its own that taking the time to write about it just seems over the top! When we talk about games like Journey, we usually talk about how "the room got dusty," or we "got something in our eye."
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.
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:…
They're sick of waiting. And now some are crossing over to the other side.
PlayStation Minis are little iPhone games, except no one talks about them (and they're playable on a PlayStation Portable, not an iPhone). Sorry, but I've got to change that.
Edge, the iPhone game that kicked off the latest and nastiest battle over over trademark rights to the word in video games, is back up on the iTunes App Store as "Edge by Mobigame."
Electronic Arts is asking the United States to cancel five trademarks held by Tim Langdell's Edge Games, saying the marks have been effectively abandoned. In comments to Kotaku, EA portrayed its actions as done on behalf of the development community.
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.
Edge Magazine has revealed the shortlist for its 2009 Interactive Innovation award, which recognizes titles that have done the most to steer videogaming in a new direction. So who made the list, aside from LittleBigPlanet?
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.
GameStop is currently surveying customers about a new points-based rewards system for customers that could be your ticket to the E3 Expo.
In an attempt to drum up a few more subscriptions, storied Brit magazine Edge offered this wonderful poster - by Gary "Army of Trolls" Lucken - as a gift to subscribers.
This story really sets my teeth on edge. Whoops. Sorry, I forgot to ask Mr. Game Developin' Industry Founder Dude Tim Langdell (left) for permission to use that word.